Wednesday, May 30, 2007

News Briefs


Bellevue named Tree City USA

For the fifth year in a row, the Idaho Department of Lands named Bellevue as a Tree City USA. Department representative Debbie Cook presented the Bellevue City Council with a plaque to honor the city's achievement during its meeting Thursday, May 24.

In order to become a Tree City USA, a city must fulfill four requirements: establish a tree committee; draft a tree ordinance, which includes planting and maintenance; spend at least $2 per capita on its program; and promote Arbor Day.

Councilman Shaun Mahoney expressed his appreciation for the Bellevue Tree Committee's direct role in this award.

"Their commitment is above and beyond," he said.

Discuss learning disabilities

St. Luke's Center for Community Health will present "Recognizing and Responding to Learning Disabilities: What Parents Can Do" from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Thursday, May 31. Lee Pesky Learning Center Executive Director David Holmes will address common signs of a learning disability and discuss what parents can do.

The lecture is open to all. For more information, call 727-8733.




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