On June 7th, it is National Trails Day, so we are celebrating by keeping one of our local parks beautiful! We will assist in improving Henderson Park by removing invasive species (e.g., kudzu, English Ivy) and planting native species that will thrive in the Georgia climate and beautify the park’s walking trails.
We will meet at Henderson Park (2803 Henderson Rd., Tucker, GA) at 9am. We will beautify until 12pm, and then go out for lunch if anyone is up for it. Some of us are also planning to attend the Color Festival afterwards; see the meetup event! This is a family-friendly event, so bring everyone you got! You should also consider bringing a shady hat, sunscreen, water to drink, clothes that could get dirty and and close-toed shoes.
This is part of a Sunday Assembly National Day of Action. Many other SAs around the world will also be partaking in similar community service on June 7th. Be a part of history and make an immediate impact on your local park with us!
ONE QUICK BUT IMPORTANT NOTE: If you bring a dog, she must be on a leash at ALL times and feces must be cleaned up no matter where your dog "does her business", e.g., even if your dog "goes" off the trail, the feces must be bagged and thrown away in a trash can. This is for the sake of a clean, beautiful park and responsibility for making sure everyone can enjoy the park, no matter the species!
See you soon!