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McGuane Park Earth Day Parks and Preserves Clean-Up

Friends of the Parks - Lead organizer for over 60 parks across Chicagoland

Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)

Chicago, IL

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Saturday, April 26th is Earth Day in Chicago. Join volunteers to clean and green a neighborhood park or preserve from 9:00AM - Noon. 

McGuane Park 

2901 S Poplar Ave., Chicago, IL 60608 ‎

 

Site Captain: Maureen Sullivan

Join the county wide effort to clean up our beautiful parks and preserves. Volunteer tasks include picking up trash, planting and gardening, weeding, mulching building and so much more! 

 

Waiver:

Download this waiver and hand in to your site captain. 

 

Captains Packet:

Captains can download the Captains Packet for day of instructions here. 

 

Notes:

•If you would like to register as a group of 10 or more please email earthdaychicago@gmail.com.

 

•All sites with be equipped with the necessary tools and materials. Most sites will have extra work gloves - but you may want to bring your own to insure you have a pair. 

 

•T-Shirts will be given on a first come, first served basis.

Have questions about McGuane Park Earth Day Parks and Preserves Clean-Up? Contact Friends of the Parks - Lead organizer for over 60 parks across Chicagoland

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McGuane Park
2901 S Poplar Ave
Chicago, IL 60608 ‎

Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)


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Organizer

Friends of the Parks - Lead organizer for over 60 parks across Chicagoland

Friends of the Parks (FOTP) is a 501(c)(3) designated park advocacy organization, dedicated to preserving, protecting, and improving Chicago’s parks and forest preserves for all citizens. Since 1975, FOTP has increase private and public commitment to Chicago’s parks through establishing park advisory councils, developing new parks, renovating playlots, and presenting public workshops and lectures to create and informed citizenry.

Friends of the Parks’ Mission

Our mission is to preserve, protect, improve and promote the use of Chicago parks, forest preserves and recreational areas for the benefit of all neighborhoods and citizens.

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