Tidy up ‘Walking on Logs’; have your work seen by thousands

(April 2012 photo)
It’s volunteer work that will be seen and appreciated by thousands. This Saturday morning, Nancy Driver says, cleanup help is needed for the landscaping by the Walking on Logs sculpture installation along the Fauntleroy end of the bridge – any and all helps is appreciated, though Nancy notes those who have used the area for promotional purposes might be particularly interested in helping:

The Walking on Logs Landscape Group is looking for volunteers to help with a clean up of the Walking on Logs site on Saturday, June 8th from 9:00 am to noon. We will be weed whacking, weeding, and taking out the small trees that didn’t make it through the winter. Volunteers should wear good shoes (parts of the site are muddy) and bring their own gloves, although we will have some gloves on site. Water will be provided. Please contact Nancy at nldriver@q.com for details on where to meet for entry to the site.

If you love the Walking on Logs statues and love seeing them dressed up, please consider giving a few hours of your time to upkeep of the site. We’d particularly appreciate seeing volunteers from the various groups that make use of the site. Thanks.

If you’re interested, here’s some background on volunteer efforts to help maintain the site.

1 Reply to "Tidy up 'Walking on Logs'; have your work seen by thousands"

  • Triangle Neighbor June 4, 2013 (4:09 pm)

    Thanks Walking on Logs Landscape Group for the years of volunteering on this Gateway to Seattle. I’ll be there again on Saturday but we sure could use A LOT OF HELP from other community members. Lots of organization regularly use the site to promote their events so come back and help us.

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