The third-annual Day of Service is planned for 9 a.m. on Sept. 14 at Cloverdale Regional Park, 31820 McCray Rd. in Cloverdale.
Volunteers "will be planting trees, performing maintenance on park trails, providing brush and invasive species removal and completing some small scale construction projects throughout the park," according to a press release.
A continental breakfast and a barbecue lunch will be provided.
The full press release follows:
Third Annual Day of Service in Honor of 12th Anniversary of September 11th
Sonoma County Supervisor Mike McGuire and community volunteers join together to lead Cloverdale River Regional Park clean-up project
SANTA ROSA, Calif. –For Immediate Release – On Saturday, September 14, 2013 Supervisor Mike McGuire will be joining with community volunteers as part of the 3rd annual North County Day of Service in honor the 12th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States. This inspiring community improvement project will be held at Cloverdale River Regional Park, where volunteers will be planting trees, performing maintenance on park trails, providing brush and invasive species removal and completing some small scale construction projects throughout the park.
Supervisor McGuire’s office is teaming up with Sonoma County Regional Parks to coordinate the event. Volunteers from throughout Sonoma County are welcome to participate. Anyone interested should contact John Ryan, Sonoma County Regional Parks Volunteer Coordinator, at 565-3356 or by email:John.Ryan@sonoma-county.org.
Date & Time: Saturday, September 14, 2013
8:30 am: Morning Rally, Volunteer Orientation & FREE Morning goodies/coffee
9:00 am: Park improvement projects kick off
Noon: FREE BBQ Lunch for all volunteers
Location: Cloverdale River Regional Park, 31820 McCray Road, Cloverdale
Dress Code: Volunteers should dress for doing outdoor landscaping work and bring sunscreen. Hats are and sturdy shoes are recommended.
Participating groups include: Dozens of community volunteers from across the North County, Sonoma County Regional Parks and the Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps
All volunteers will be provided donated free continental breakfast and BBQ Lunch with all of the fixings, a Regional Parks Water Bottle and, most importantly, the opportunity to get involved and help improve Cloverdale River Regional Park.