• Volunteers Sought for ‘Return of the Natives’ Project in Salinas

    Make a Difference Day Cleanup at Natividad Creek Park

    Saturday, October 25, 2014 • 10am -1pm

    Come celebrate Make A Difference Day, the largest Day of National Service, with Return of the Natives! On October 25th, we will meet at Natividad Creek Park for a day of service and fun! Ongoing restoration efforts by volunteers at Natividad Creek Park have made this a thriving and beautiful community park and healthy wildlife habitat!

    Volunteers are invited to help keep this habitat clean and healthy by picking up trash, painting over graffiti, pruning trees and shrubs, and pulling harmful invasive weeds.

    Everyone is welcome! Volunteers are needed! A great family activity that is FREE. Tools, snacks, and water provided. Bring your community service forms to get hours.

    Directions: From Laurel Drive turn on Constitution Blvd. and drive past the Safeway shopping center. At Freedom Pkwy turn right. Turn right onto Nogal Drive and the entrance to the park is on the right. Sign in with us at the picnic tables near the playground.

    *For more information call/email Alyssa Schaan@ 582-3686 or aschaan@csumb.edu

    *Volunteer groups of 10 or more please RSVP.

    *If under the age of 18 please have your parent or guardian sign an “all events” waiver prior to the event.

    *Weather Policy: The event will be postponed only if it is raining hard on the day of the event. Event postponement will be posted on our website http://ron.csumb.edu/, our facebook page, and a voicemail recording on the 582-3686 line by 8:30am on the day of the event.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 18, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Green

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