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Donated plants help fill in gap

A GAP as obvious as a missing front tooth has now been filled at the front of the Moree and District Services Club thanks to the team at LJ Hooker.

Three advanced Japanese Buxus plants were donated to the RSL Club by LJ Hooker’s Deb Williams on Thursday morning.

Services club assistant manager, Michael Swanton, said the existing memorial hedge at the front of the club had a few shrubs die, therefore creating a gap.

“We did replace the dead plants with new ones but they were only small and it would have taken a very long time for them to catch-up to the already existing hedge,” he said.

Mr Swanton said the donated trees were almost as established as the existing plants ensuring a blended look for the front of the club.

“The last event we had, we had to put a bit of fence up so people didn’t walk through and it wasn’t very nice to look at. Now we are just 10 weeks out from Anzac Day and the hedge will be looking nice,” Mr Swanton said.

Mrs Williams said her mother (Lola Macey) was heavily involved in the RSL Club, in particular the ladies auxiliary, and LJ Hooker were proud to also assist the club.

“Being the ANZAC Centenary we thought it would be a nice donation to assist the club.The plant tends to grow quite slow so by donating already-established plants it makes the hedge more blended,” she said.

Mr Swanton and the RSL Club thanked LJ Hooker for their kind donation.

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