Michael's Scrapbook

2012 Maryland Geocaching Society CITO - Greenbelt National Park

I organized a group of local geocachers to come to Greenbelt National Park to perform hours of volunteer works. We had over 80 people show up and the Park Rangers broke us up in to 3 groups. We split wood and restocked the campgrounds, mulched the playgrounds and rebuilt a nature trail. Afterwards we had a potluck cookout and fed the rangers for their hard work at keep such a wonderful parking looking beautiful right outside of DC. While we were exhausted at the end of the day, everyone left with a huge smile.
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Category: Making a Difference

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