Annual Rotary work party at the Rotary Pacific Northwest Conifer Arboretum, Ronald Bog Park

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

From left, Mark Weiss, Bill MacCully, Steve Brown,
Dina and Cailin O'Leary planting some of the new trees
Photos courtesy Shoreline Rotary

This past Saturday morning, the Rotary Pacific Northwest Conifer Arboretum was spruced up by the Shoreline Rotary Club members. The cleanup effort added several new trees, weeding of sedums on the kiosk roof, cutting back of dead wood and blackberries, as well as clearing of trails.

From left, Dale Provencher, Diane Pottinger, Judy and Bill MacCully,
Ginny Scantlebury, Declan and Dina O'Leary, Steve Brown,
Mark Weiss, Steve Carson, Angie Yu, Dick Nicholson.
In wagon Cailin and Brenna O'Leary. Not pictured - Martin Ziontz
Photo courtesy Shoreline Rotary

The King County Parks Division originally designed and constructed the Ronald Bog Park in the early 1990s. The Rotary Club purchased and along with the help of the Shorewood High School students, planted the trees during the winter of 1992-93. Additional trees and a kiosk have been added over the years so members of the public can learn about the Pacific Northwest Conifers located on the southwest corner of Interstate 5 and NE 175th Street. The path through the Arboretum was supplied with labor from the Rotary Club and materials from the City of Shoreline.

We hope you come to the park and enjoy the facilities.

If you are interested in joining the Shoreline Rotary, you can learn more about it at their website.



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