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    Earth Day Locke Paddon Community Park Beautification

    Earth Day Locke Paddon Community Park Beautification

    Presented by Citizens for Sustainable Marina

    April 14, 2012

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    Our annual park beautification projects will take place between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and include native plant restoration, bench and sign cleaning and painting, trail maintenance, and park clean up. After participating in the beautification projects, fun family booths will provide interactive and educational information promoting healthy living and environmental awareness, with craft activities, music, and freebies until 1pm. Free lunch for volunteers. Projects will include plant restoration, painting fences and benches, and cleanup. Locke-Paddon Park is located just off Reservation Road (from Highway 1), adjacent to the Marina Library. Families and community groups welcome. Supervision and tools provided. Wear layers, sunscreen, hat, work clothes, and bring your water bottle. Phone Emily Howard, Volunteer Coordinator at 831-582-3687 for Return of the Natives if you are interested in volunteering.

    Coordinating groups: Monterey Peninsula Park District; Return of the Natives; Everyone's Harvest

    Please join your neighbors in coordination with local organizations, clubs, businesses, government agencies, at Marina’s Earth Day Celebration at Locke-Paddon Park on Saturday, April 14th.

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        Locke Paddon Wetland Community Park

        190 Seaside Circle Marina, CA 93933
        Marina, CA 93933

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        Info Phone: 831-884-9662

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        April 14, 2012


        8:30 AM - 1PM

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