December 16, 2017

Keep Woodland Park Beautiful Partners with Focus on the Forest for Record Breaking Teller County Clean Up

The largest organized cleanup effort in Woodland Park and Teller County history will take place on Saturday, May 20th, 2017. Two organizations are teaming up to clean Woodland Park City limits as well as Teller County campgrounds and forests for a combined effort of community members numbering in the hundreds.
Keep Woodland Park Beautiful will host its 16th annual cleanup with registration by 9am at Midland Pavilion (greens between library and Cultural Center) to clean up the community.
Focus on the Forest will meet by 9am at Impact Christian Church Parking Lot 27400 Hwy.67 just past Shining Mountain Golf Course and receive locations and maps for volunteers working in the forest and
campground areas.
Each location will distribute assigned areas to be cleaned for families and groups. In-town groups will receive location assignments, vests, and grabbers. Forest and Campground volunteers will receive maps and specific areas to be cleaned.
Following the morning clean up volunteers are welcomed back to the Midland Pavilion for food, games, live music and an afternoon of celebration for all the work accomplished.
Any and all community members are encouraged to participate in this epic community event. Families, neighborhood groups, workplace groups, church groups are all encouraged to form groups and spend the morning helping the community get cleaned up.
KID’s KLEAN is a special children’s program offered to those 10 years old and younger accompanied by an adult. Children will be checked in at Midland Pavilion registration table and be walked up the hill to the History Park Museum for a morning of activities including light ground cleaning and planting seeds.
Beginning at noon Live Music will be provided by XXX.
Booth Spaces for the event day are available by contacting info@Keep
By Michelle Perkins


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