Join the City of Flagstaff, Willow Bend and multiple community partners for National Make a Difference Day. We will be restoring Frances Short Pond, Flagstaff’s beloved fishing, Watchable Wildlife, and Environmental Education site!
WHEN and WHERE: October 24th at Frances Short Pond (located at the very northern end of Aztec St in Downtown Flagstaff). The day will begin at 8:30 am with a safety talk and doughnuts and will conclude at 1:30 pm with a free pizza lunch and a raffle.
WHAT: Volunteer projects for the day include removing a chain link fence, trimming trees, removing invasive species, picking up litter, repairing the outdoor classroom and Veit cabin, and maintaining area trails. Bring boots, sunscreen, gloves, and water.
KIDS WELCOME: Willow Bend, together with Friends of Flagstaff’s Future, will be facilitating kids activities and art projects throughout the day! Kids art projects featuring of the pond, wildlife, and water conservation will be collected and displayed at City Hall during December First Friday (December 4th 2015).
To volunteer join us any time throughout the day or contact Betsy Emery at 928-213-2154 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions! Check for updates and weather alerts on the event’s Facebook page.