On Saturday, Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, the Addison Park District is hosting Park Pride Day. (Rain date is Sept. 25.)

Park Pride Day is a day for patrons and residents to show their hometown pride by participating in the beautification and sprucing up of Addison parks. This date’s event will take place at the Army Trail Nature Center. 

The Park District is all about making a positive impact – every day – on the 37,000 residents living in the Addison community.  The Park District is proud to provide parks, trails, facilities, programs and services that encourage healthy lifestyles, support conservation and offer recreational opportunities to a diverse community of all ages and interests.

On Park Pride Day, volunteers will plant fall flowers, perform landscaping tasks such as spreading mulch and help clean-up certain areas. The day should foster a sense of ownership among residents for parks and environmental stewardship.

By partnering with the Addison Park District and supporting Park Pride, you can help enrich lives and connect people through excellence in parks and recreation services. 

Volunteers needed!

The Park District will provide volunteers with an event t-shirt, work gloves, and tools to get the job done.  This is a great opportunity for children, families, scout troops, churches, local businesses and other organizations to give back to the community.  To sign up, call 630-233-7275 or register online at www.addisonparks.org 

Thank-you lunch provided

Volunteers are invited to a complimentary lunch as a thank you for the hard work and for supporting the beautiful parks in Addison. 

 

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