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garthholder

Dikirim 26. Februari 2016 - 1:09

Edible Trees

Plant apple trees and fruit bearing shrubs throughout the city, to encourage sustainable gardenin Terjemahkan

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Messengers of Peace

Great work Garth! Thank you for making life for the people in your community. Can you tell us a little bit more about th... Terjemahkan
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Great work Garth! Thank you for making life for the people in your community. Can you tell us a little bit more about this project? For example:
1. How many Scouts (and public) took part in this activity.
2. Which Scout troop and town/city.
3. How many trees were planted (an estimate will do) Can you also update your service hours? If 50 people participated and each spent 2 hours (for example), that would make 100 hours. 50 pax x 2 hours = 100 hours So, it is the number of hours spent by each participant accumulated (be it one day or x number of days, just add them up). Thanks!
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Venny Indri Christiyanti ...

Dikirim 1. November 2013 - 3:29

Clean and Green River for a Better Future

Pesanggrahan River at Lebak Lulus (South Jakarta, Indonesia) has been dirty and contaminated for Terjemahkan

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http://www.amritsarscallgirls.in/jalandhar.html
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World Scouting

Dikirim 30. Agustus 2012 - 15:25

Mangrove Trees are Saving Indonesia’s Coastline

In Semarang City Indonesia, the coastal ecology has been deteriorating with time. Terjemahkan

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