For Immediate Release: June 10, 2010
Adopt a Park in
ARIZ. (June 10, 2010)
Local businesses, organizations and groups have adopted many of Goodyear's
parks, but there are still plenty of parks in need of some tender loving care.
you, your organization or business adopts a park, the City posts a sign
prominently displaying your group's logo and other details. The names of the
individuals and/or organizations and their logos will be included on the City's
park information webpage.
Adopt a Park program involves a one-year commitment. Volunteers agree to visit
their parks once a month to pick up trash, rake sand, pull weeds, remove
graffiti and make lists of any broken equipment. Some groups that have already
adopted parks include Cactus Patch Girl Scouts, Estrella Mountain Elementary
School PTO, Goodyear Firefighters Local 4005, Palm Valley Church, Pioneer Ford,
Phoenix Military Entrance Processing Station, Refinery Christian Church, Super
TARGET, and the YMCA Teen Action Council.
your chance to encourage your service organizations, youth groups, church
groups, clubs, neighborhoods and even extended families to sign on for a
meaningful activity that really makes a difference in your community. Many
volunteers enjoy combining their Adopt a Park tasks with a picnic, outdoor
games, or old-fashioned relaxation.
learn more about the Adopt a Park program, and to find out which parks still
need someone to adopt them, contact Judi Switanek at 623-882-7807 or email email@example.com.