Wayland High School Day of Service Wednesday, April 9

cutting back the vines along National Wildlife Refuge land at the end of Charena Rd
cutting back the vines along National Wildlife Refuge land at the end of Charena Rd
Hi Friends,
Some of you may already know about this initiative.  But it's worth repeating.  On Wed., 4/9, 8:30 - 11 am, Wayland HS will send about 900 students and teachers out into the community to do important service.  Students will engage in a number of projects, helping with elementary students, assisting in some of the School's Community Gardens, helping people who struggle, and clearing critical trails and woodlands in our conservation areas.  Although I live in Natick, it's a great privilege to work with half a dozen advisory groups and their faculty advisors (for the second year in a row) who will be cutting back invasive vines, plants, and cleaning up wood and wetland buffers around the Town Hall, Sudbury River, and Pelham Island Road.  This is an enormous undertaking and it will provide an uplift and re-awakening for some of our most exquisite natural areas.  Join us if you get a chance.  Contact Pat Conaway at bpconaway@gmail.com.  You won't regret it.

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Boss Hogg April 07, 2014 at 10:20 PM
Pat, like myself, battles all things pernicious. See that these pit bulls are culled in a eugenics program similar to that which Pat is endeavoring.


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