LIONS VALLEY PARK CLEAN UP MARCH 2016
Thank you to Sean, Chad and Kevin for helping clean up Lions Valley Park today! It was a beautiful sunny day and it definitely felt like Spring with temperatures eventually reaching 16 degrees. The ground throughout the park was mostly dry with a few damp patches and the water level of sixteen mile creek was high as the winter thaw flowed to Lake Ontario. We spent about 30 minutes walking the park and filled close to 2 garbage bags which is great. The picnic table areas have each had a roof constructed over top which means we will have some shelter from the sun, or rain during workouts. (if they are not being used by others)
It was a successful day at Lions Valley Park but, unfortunately we were unable to get to the section of trail on the east side of the upper valley. If there are any members who can volunteer about 15-20 minutes of time over the next week to walk the trail and pick up any litter it would be very much appreciated. Gloves and garbage bags will be provided. Email email@example.com if interested.
Lions Valley Athletics Park Ambassador Sean
Lions Valley Park Clean Up MARCH 2016 - Selfie with Sign
Lions Valley Athletics - Park Ambassadors
LIONS VALLEY PARK CLEAN UP EARTH DAY 2016
Earth Day is April 22 and we will do our part cleaning up Lions Valley Park & Trails! After the workout on Saturday April 23 we will cool down to Lions Valley Park or drive over from Glen Abbey Community Centre. We will do a thorough sweep of both Lions Valley Park & the Mile Repeat Trail picking up litter and documenting damage or vandalism. Post workout snacks and drinks will be provided. Get More Details...
ABOUT THE PARK AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
Lions Valley Athletics joined Oakville's Park Ambassador Program to help maintain the trails and parks we use regularly and enjoy. As Park Ambassadors we are responsible for periodically cleaning up litter, and reporting vandalism or damage and in return a sign is posted for each trail and park we are responsible for. The Town of Oakville provides Park Ambassadors with gloves and garbage bags to use while keeping our trails and parks beautiful.