New Alumni Trees Marks Visiting Cousins' Place in History

The Welcome Centre at Kings Landing has a beautiful new addition!

A hand-made wrought-iron apple tree sculpture now hangs on the wall as the Visiting Cousins Alumni Trees, where Visiting Cousins and community members who donate to the program are commemorated.

Kings Landing Visiting Cousins alumni trees

The tree sculpture was donated by the family of Carl and Dorothy Loughrey and serves as a fitting way to both raise funds for the Visiting Cousins program and to mark your place in Kings Landing history.

Visiting cousins alumni and their families can support the bursary program by purchasing a leaf that will be engraved with your name.

Businesses, organizations, individuals and families can support the Visiting Cousins program by purchasing a pewter apple engraved with their name.

The full donation (with a tax receipt) goes to support Kings Landing’s Visiting Cousins program, including the Foundation’s commitment to send 14 New Brunswick children to the summer camp program who would not otherwise be able to attend. See the difference it makes for children.

We invite you to stop and take a look at the Visiting Cousins Alumni Trees next time you are at Kings Landing.

And we THANK YOU for your tremendous support of the Kings Landing Foundation and, more importantly, the youth participating in the valuable Visiting Cousins camp program.

Kelly Anderson