Ronald Bog clean up on Saturday

Sunday, May 25, 2014

At a previous work party, a Girl Scout Troop
found out how ivy grows

The Shoreline Breakfast Rotary will conduct its annual Ronald Bog Clean up on Saturday, May 31 from 9am to 1pm at Ronald Bog. 

Other volunteers are invited to come join in. Meet at the north parking lot off 175th Street, west of I-5. Plans are to stake 20 trees, rake trails, add bark, trim blackberries, and remove dead trees .

Bring a shovel or a rake and work gloves. For more information, contact Dick Nicholson 206-362-5129 or Diane Pottinger 206-618-9606.

Shoreline Breakfast Rotary has been volunteering in the Ronald Bog Park, 2301 N 175th Street, since the early 1990’s, before incorporation. They established a conifer arboretum in the northeast part of the park with over 20 different species of native conifers planted in groups. Several years ago, the Rotary added trails and a kiosk, with the help of a grant from the City of Shoreline. 

"We are in need of help to maintain and improve this area. Bring your friends and neighbors and come spend an hour or two on Saturday, May 31st from 9-1, to help with the park maintenance and learn about the different species. Coffee and donuts will be provided."

Shoreline Breakfast Rotary meets each Wednesday at 7:00am at the Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave NE.

Correction: the park is west of I-5 05-27-2014 9:52am


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