The Rotary International Tree and plaque commemorates the visit of the president of the international organization to Vancouver in 1932.
Rotary International is a "global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad" according to their web site. Their motto is "Service Above Self".
The plaque says:
This tree was planted by
Sydney A. Pascall
President of Rotary International
Commemorating his visit to Vancouver
June 15th 1932
The Rotary International Tree and plaque are located in the garden near the Rock Garden and the Stanley Park Pavilion. Nearby is the President Harding Memorial and the Francis Willard Bush and plaque.
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