2nd Annual Camp Tanadoona Volunteer Day on Saturday, September 26

Help keep the water around Lake Minnewashta clean and plan to volunteer at the 2nd annual Tanadoona Volunteer Day on Saturday, September 26. Families are welcome (we’ll have projects for youth ages 6+).

Tanadoona Volunteer Day
Saturday, September 26
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Camp Tanadoona

Be part of the #Next100 taking action in 2015 at Tanadoona’s Volunteer Day!
Join Camp Fire and Greater Twin Cities United Way for an afternoon outdoors helping to protect the natural beauty of Tanadoona. Please register in advance.

Everyone is welcome!
We’ll have age appropriate activities for youth ages 6-10, while adults and youth ages 10 and up will help remove buckthorn, spread woodchips, paint, and more.

Buckthorn’s rapid growth creates a canopy over soil preventing natural vegetation from growing. This project is aimed at reducing erosion and ultimately improving area water quality thanks to funding provided by the RBC Blue Water Project.

This year’s event not only supports Camp Tanadoona and Lake Minnewashta’s water quality, but also United Way’s #Next100 campaign – which celebrates 100 years of United Way in the Twin Cities. United Way is a great partner of Camp Fire. In addition to Camp Fire leadership, United Way’s Sarah Caruso (CEO) and Kate Mortenson (board member) will be on hand to thank volunteers!

We’d appreciate registrations by September 18. See details and register at www.campfiremn.org/volunteer


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