Pierce County Parks Appreciation Day

Pierce County Parks and the Summit-Waller Community Association are seeking volunteers to help clear trails, remove litter, and remove invasive Scotch Broom and English Ivy from the 160-acre, county-owned Orangegate Property (Park) located in the Summit-Waller Community.  The work party is scheduled on Parks Appreciation Day, Saturday, April 26 from 9:00 am until Noon.

Anyone interested in helping out is encouraged to sign-in that morning at the corner of 84th St E and 46th Ave E (near the 40-acre Tacoma Power “Cowlitz Substation”) located one-half mile west of Canyon Road E.  Volunteers are requested to war work clothes, boots and gloves.  Bringing along picks, shovels, hand saws and wheel barrows would also be appreciated.

For more information contact: Larry Volland at: 253-531-7795, or Dennis Young at: 253-536-2503.


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