Friends of Waluga Park Work Party – Mar 13, 2021

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Join Friends of Waluga Parks as we restore habitat in West Waluga Park.  We’ll leave the path and work in the “swampy” natural area.  Look for work party signs. 

Saturday, March 13, 2021, 9:00 – 11:00 am

No experience needed. Due to an abundance of safety, volunteers need to bring their own gloves, clippers and water. Dress for weather and wear sturdy, water-resistant shoes.

VOLUNTEERS NEED TO REGISTER PRIOR TO ATTENDING A WORK PARTY.  

HOW DO I REGISTER?  Please email or call: Will Mahoney-Watson 503-752-3430 or will@waluganeighborhood.org(link sends e-mail)

COVID INFORMATION: We value your safety first and foremost!  Volunteers MUST fill out the Volunteer Waiver (for mandatory Covid tracking) and bring the Volunteer Waiver to the work party.

Visit lo-stewardship.org to print the Volunteer Waiver. All work parties are currently limited to 30 volunteers.

Parking: West Waluga Park; 15775 Waluga Dr., Lake Oswego, OR 97034

East Waluga Park Invasive Removal – Sat. Nov 21, 2020

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to remove invasive weeds from East Waluga Park.

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Ivy Removal Volunteer

Please meet at East Waluga Park and wear long-sleeves, sturdy shoes and work gloves. Please wear a mask while checking in and maintain six feet of space between volunteers.

Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, November 21, 9:00-11:00am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

VOLUNTEERS NEED TO REGISTER PRIOR TO ATTENDING A WORK PARTY.  

HOW DO I REGISTER?  Please email or call the name listed below. All work parties are currently limited to 30 volunteers. The Contact will let you know work party availability and collect information as needed.

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@waluganeighborhood.org

NEW NEWS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2020
7-8:15 PM
PLEASE JOIN US VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM !

  • Election of 2021 board members
  • Learn how the bumps, dust, noise and delays are transforming Boones Ferry Road (BFR) into an inviting centerpiece of Lake Grove—Katy Kerklaan, Citizen’s Information Specialist and Crystal Shum, LO Lead Engineer
  • We’ll hear from a long-time business operator located along the road construction site as she honestly describes the good, bad and the ugly experiences during the BFR facelift and the Covid 19 Pandemic—Debbie Seigel

Please RSVP On or Before Tuesday, October 13, 2020. 7 pm

By emailing:
waluga.neighborhood.association@gmail.com
And we will send you a Zoom link

We look forward to seeing you on our screens!