Kit Carson Park – Clean Up (Shift 3)

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Kit Carson Park - Clean Up (Shift 3)

Please Note: This project is now FULL and occurs Sunday, April 25 8am-12pm. 

About: The park was named after Christopher (Kit) Carson, the famous scout who guided Captain John C. Fremont over the Sierra Nevada Mountains during a government exploration expedition. The park sits in a valley that is approximately five miles west of where Kit Carson fought in the Battle of San Pasqual. A historical monument commemorating the battle is located on Mule Hill, one mile southeast of the park.

Project Details: This project includes general clean up, landscaping, debris clean up, painting and retaining wall built.

Bring: Work gloves/rubber gloves, hats, mask, water, snacks, sunblock. As the date approaches, Project Leader will let you know what tools and supplies to bring.

Wear: Masks and appropriate clothing for the project. Long pants and closed-toed shoes are encouraged. If you have Serve Your City shirt, please wear it! They can be purchased at all North Coast campuses during weekend services.

Meet: As the date approaches, a pin drop link of exact location will be sent to those registered.

Child friendly? Yes. Children need to be supervised by an adult at all times. Please include number of children coming in registration.


Additional Info

Availability: Open

Date/Time: 02/01/2021 - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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