Saturday, June 30, 2007

Volunteers Help Maintain Dog Park's Success During Woodchip Workday

Today, we had over 15 volunteers dig in and help spread woodchips, fix fencing and fill in holes at our St. Nick's Dog Park. Thank you to all who participated. For those of you who could not make it, please check out our improved run. Most of the grounds are now covered in fresh chips and we also landscaped around the Dog Park's perimeter. The whole dog park looks great.

Special thanks to New York City Parks Department and their dedicated staff , including Park Manager Paul Evans and Gardener Scott Farrington, who helped provide the tools and support for this volunteer event. Without their help this couldn't happen.

Below are more photos of today's events.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks all for allowing me to participate in such a great event today. I am new in the neighborhood and my dog and I have found that the new run is super! Looking forward to the next one!