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Weed Cup! Help us win the weed game at the great soccer park at Preston


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Organization:  King County Division of Parks and Recreation
Project Name: Weed Cup! Help us win the weed game at the great soccer park at Preston
Primary Contact: Laurie Clinton, Volunteer Coordinator, (206) 296-4452, (email)
Primary Address: To Be Provided
Preston, WA 98072
This location is handicap accessible
(See a map)

Directions:

 to be provided upon project selection
Description:

This terrific soccer field park needs a real good weeding to rid the native plant beds and natural area of invasive weeds. Tools and gloves provided.

Will lunch be provided by the organization for this project?: No
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More information about King County Division of Parks and Recreation
King County Division of Parks and Recreation
Last updated on June 21, 2013

Our mission is to serve communities and to enhance quality of life through partnerships, entrepreneurial initiative, and environmentally sound stewardship of regional and rural parks, trails, natural lands and recreational facilities.

Description:
The Division of Parks and Recreation provides a variety of recreational opportunities for King County residents through it's parks, trails, pools, and facilities.

History:
The King County Parks system evolved from an original 150 acres of park land in 1938 into its current regional network of more than 25,00 acres of parks and trails. In the beginning, the Parks Division's focus was on establishing a park system, constructing facilities and programming recreational activities. The Division is currently focusing primarily on regional recreation assets including Marymoor Park, the King County Fairground, the King County Aquatic Center and regional trails, with a limited local park and recreation presence in unincorporated areas where King County acts as local government. Volunteer opportunities are available on many levels from direct service with at-risk youth at our White Center Park Teen Program or hands-on local parks projects to donating professional services.

Contact person: Laurie Clinton, Volunteer Coordinator, (phone), (email)


Office fax number: (206) 296-8686

Address:

 201 South Jackston Street; Mailstop KSC-NR-0700
Seattle, WA 98104
This location is handicap accessible
(See a map)

Web Site: http://www.metrokc.gov/parks

Miscellaneous Information

Liability
No
Does your organization welcome court-ordered community service volunteers?
Yes
Does your organization have volunteer positions for youth 12-18?
Yes
Last updated on June 21, 2013
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