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Volunteers for Thurston county ORV clean up

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Just got this email from John Eaton about helping out with cleaning up the park for its grand opening on Oct. 8th...

As of today Thurston County finally signed the quit claim

deed. This transfer of the park to Grays Harbor County had

to happen before work could begin on getting

“Straddleline” (the original name of the park, and now

its “new” old name) into shape to open for events

starting this October 8th.

I am happy and excited to inform you that work can commence

this

Saturday, September 24th starting at 8AM.

Please respond with the following information:

Days and hours you, your family, or your club can work.

The number of people in your work party; minors need to be

accompanied with an adult family or club member and minors

may not operate power equipment.

Equipment you can bring, such as mowers, chainsaws, weed

whackers, brush hogs, even a shovel or rake, other. Please

remember to bring gloves and safety glasses.

Specific skills you may have, such as certified and licensed

electrician, plumber, painter, paramedic, carpenter, mason,

heavy

equipment operator or food handler.

Should you be unable to attend but wish to donate items,

please list the

specific items you wish to donate.

Please respond as groups if possible, such as motorcycle or

jeep clubs or even family or friend groups, this will help

all of us with the limited amount of time that we have.

I will be coordinating all grounds and track work parties

at least until the park opens, if you wish to work contact

me at this email address.

If you wish to help with the custodian’s quarters, the

wells, or the meeting hall, please contact Tom Fite.

If you wish to schedule an event and can provide at least

one

million dollars liability event insurance please contact Tom

Fite or Ed Bushnell.

DO NOT BRING ORVs, ORVs may not be operated until October

8th.

Please forward this to all user groups and or interested

parties.

Thank you for your help and support,

John Eaton

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