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Volunteer work party helps prep Holland Road Field for student use

Updated: Apr 6

More than 25 NCS parents and staff cleared branches, chipped trees, split and stacked firewood, removed invasive species and more.


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More than 25 Nanaimo Christian School parents and staff volunteered to spend Saturday working to clear the school's four-acre Holland Road Field for students to use. It was a gorgeous spring day for several tasks:

  • Collecting garbage

  • Pruning trees

  • Clearing branches

  • Removing invasive and poisonous species (daphne, holly, etc.)

  • Operating the tree chipper

  • Splitting and stacking firewood into cords

  • Dispersing wood chips


We are on track to finish the work this spring and have students learning and playing on the field soon. Thank you to all who pitched in to help! Special thanks to Tony Bishop for bringing his mini excavator. How encouraging it is to see God's planning and provision for this field to bless NCS students and families for decades to come.


“No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined what God has prepared for those who love him.” -- 1 Corinthians 2:9

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