United Way.. Day of Caring. WTGA will be doing Tree TLC. This is a little TLC on the newly planted (within a year or so) trees we clean up around these little trees to they can continue to grow big and strong!
Sign up with the United Way firstname.lastname@example.org or get your work group, agency or just yourself, your family or a bunch of friends together and join us.
United Way of Thurston County is pleased to announce this year’s
Day of Caring will be taking place on Friday,
Day of Caring is the largest single day of volunteerism in
Washington State! We invite you to join us as we celebrate 22 years of Day of
Caring in Thurston County, where volunteer teams come together to complete
one-day service projects for local agencies. Last year’s Day of Caring a great
success, with over 750 volunteers and nearly 40 project sites, and we are
looking to bring in even more agencies and volunteers for 2014 to make an even
bigger impact in our community.
A big CONGRATS to Roberta for being nominated as July 2014 Volunteer of the Month. Roberta is a WTGA Board member as well as an AWESOME volunteer for our organization and many others. Thanks Roberta for all you do!
Ongoing - Monarch Sculpture Park - we are hoping to be able to open this in the summer for limited access! Keep checking back for updated info.
Safety Hazards on the trail: Please contact the maintenance departments indicated here to report safety hazards.
Sunny Sunny Sunny days are ahead as we continue our summer. Get our and enjoy the trails. Have you peeked at the new bridge across Pacific? It's on track to be completed soon.
Did you know: In a national survey, 6 out of 10 home buyers chose a neighborhood that had walkable trails. Many neighborhoods are helping us maintain our trail. Thank you to all!
WTGA Board Meeting are held the 1st Thursday of each month at the Urban Onion in Olympia. We start at 6 pm and try to be finished by 8 pm. All volunteers are welcome. Join us and help us shape the future trails!
2014 dates for board meetings:
August 1 September 4 October 2 November 6 December 4
The mission the Woodland Trail Greenway Association is to advocate for and partner in the development of a publicly-owned multiuse trail and greenway from Pioneer Park to McAlister Springs, linking the cities of Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater in Washington State.
We further advocate the development of other non-motorized connections, recognizing that it will be part of an interconnected system of trails, sidewalks, bike lanes, low volume streets, and transit in Thurston County Washington.
Please contact the Woodland Trail Greenway Association for more information:
More info is available on our Facebook page, Woodland Trail Greenway Association
Dear Friends: USE THE TRAIL!!! It's the best way to show that the residents of Thurston County WANTS these trails developed!