Trees grow on Victory Lane




The village of Elkhart Lake celebrated Arbor Day Friday with their annual tree planting, with the help of fifth grade students in Josh Harrison’s and Mary Farron’s classes at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Middle School. After Tree Commission chair Pat Robison (above) told the students about the history and significance of Arbor Day, the students watched as staff from Honeymoon Acres began planting a row of trees along the east side of Victory Lane, the village’s newest street. Robison noted that next year, trees will be planted in the parkway on the west side of the street. After the ceremony, the students enjoyed treats in the clubhouse at nearby Cedar Landing.The village of Elkhart Lake celebrated Arbor Day Friday with their annual tree planting, with the help of fifth grade students in Josh Harrison’s and Mary Farron’s classes at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Middle School. After Tree Commission chair Pat Robison (above) told the students about the history and significance of Arbor Day, the students watched as staff from Honeymoon Acres began planting a row of trees along the east side of Victory Lane, the village’s newest street. Robison noted that next year, trees will be planted in the parkway on the west side of the street. After the ceremony, the students enjoyed treats in the clubhouse at nearby Cedar Landing.


Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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