Grade 6 students from Abbotsford Traditional Middle School recently gathered at Martens Park to plant 120 trees. (Submitted photo)

Abbotsford students plant 120 trees in local park

Grade 6 kids from Abbotsford Traditional Middle School beautify Marten Parks

Grade 6 students from Abbotsford Traditional Middle School recently partnered with the City of Abbotsford to plant 120 trees at Martens Park on Martens Street in west Abbotsford.

A total of 60 students took part in the event on Monday, Oct. 28.

Organizers say the activity gave students a chance to do some physical work, gain an appreciation for partnership, give back to their community and see a job through to the finish.

RELATED: Abbotsford Traditional middle school students walk 7 km to fetch water

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Grade 6 students from Abbotsford Traditional Middle School recently gathered at Martens Park to plant 120 trees. (Submitted photo)

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