OAK PLANTING IN HONOR OF JOSEPH BEUYS
MOUTH OF THE RIVER ALZ, SEEBRUCK HARBOUR
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Lions International, the Lions Club Chiemsee-Bedaium, with the support of the Foundation DASMAXIMUM, realized an "Oak Planting in Honor of Joseph Beuys" at the harbor at the Alz River in Seebruck. Especially the social aspect of Beuys' planting campaign at documenta7 in Kassel motivated the Lions Club for the planting, as the purpose of the association is to people in need. The planting of the oak tree and the placing of the stele happened on Friday, 27 October 2017 at 16:00 at the harbour entrance right in front of the Alz bridge. The director of the museum DASMAXIMUM, Dr. Birgit Löffler, explained the art work and planting process. Words of welome to the community of Seeon-Seebruck were spoken by mayor Bernd Ruth.
The planting was initiated by Dr. Peter Lämmerhirdt, secretary of the Lions Club in Seebruck and chairman of the Foundation DASMAXIMUM . He had also succeeded in locating one of the few quarries that still keep large basalt columns for retail sale. The stone was donated by Lions president a.D. Christian Schuchert.
Tree sponsor: Lions Club Chiemsee Bedaium
Initiator: Dr. Peter Lämmerhirdt, Secretary
Basalt: Dietrichsberg, Rhön, donated by Christian Schuchert
A project of the DASMAXIMUM Foundation with the Lions Club Chiemsee-Bedaium
PHOTOS OF THE OAK PLANTING
1st pic: (from left to right) Lions President Dr. Joachim Deuble (Chief Physician of the Trostberg Clinic), Mayor Bernd Ruth, Dr. Birgit Löffler, Director of DASMAXIMUM, Christian Schuchert, basalt stone donor and former President of the Lions Club Chiemsee-Bedaium and Dr. Peter Lämmerhirdt, Secretary of the Lions Club and Chairman of the Foundation DASMAXIMUM shovel the planting hole. 2nd pic: (from left to right) Mayor Bernd Ruth, Christian Schuchert, Dr. Peter Lämmerhirdt , Dr. Joachim Deuble and Dr. Birgit Löffler water the just planted oak and are happy about the successful planting event.
15 February 2020
Status 30 June 2022
Photo: Dr Peter Lämmerhirdt