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Volunteer to Help Build the New Picnic Shelter!

August 23, 2011

Thanks very much for your interest in the new Gathering Space and Picnic Structure in 132nd Square Park. Please see the drawings on the Images page to get a better idea of what we’ll be building! ALL of this will be built in a single four-day period, September 15-18. We hope you’ll come out and help with the project! ALL ages, skill levels, and abilities are welcome!

If you plan to come and help with the construction, please click the button below and provide a little bit of information so we’ll know how you’re interested in helping and so we can contact you — just in case.

Click Here to Volunteer!

See below for an update on materials still needed (Materials and Donations Still Needed) and the construction schedule (Proposed Schedule for Build Project).  SKILLED TRADESPERSON STILL NEEDED?  A Stone Mason to assist with the rock wall and a Stone Cutter and Stone Cutting Equipment.

The registration is set up in four hours blocks of time. If you can’t commit for the full four hours, that’s fine; we still want to you to participate! Just let us know when you register – or just come on by. There will always be something that can be done-even if it’s providing relief for some of the volunteers already there. This is a construction site, so Please – closed toe shoes only. NO SANDALS PLEASE.

PLEASE NOTE: Youth under the age of 18 and Children under the age of 14  MUST HAVE A WAIVER SIGNED BY THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN prior to the event to be allowed to participate. The King County Waiver Form for youth under 18 is can be found by clicking here. The King County Waiver Form for Children under the age of 14 can be found by clicking here .

Click Here to Volunteer!

Does your employer offer matching hours for volunteering?  If you are not sure, please check with your employer. Your employer should have a form for you to complete so that the matching hours value can be contributed to this project. Please contact us (206 300 7090 or info at 132park dot org) for more information or to discuss.

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