Volunteers Sign Up For Pride Day
Are you helping out Saturday?
Avon Lake residents and businesses traditionally puts more than 100 volunteers on the ground for Lorain County Pride Day, and this year is no exception. This year, Pride Day, when volunteers take on projects to spruce up parks and community sites. Here’s a list of who’s signed up this year. Are you helping out? Send an email with you or your organizaiton’s name and project to Lori.Switaj@patch.com and we’ll add it to the list.
- Volunteers will provide cleanup for four senior citizens.
- The Avon Lake Garden Club, on various days, will take care of Beach Park at York and Electric, the herb garden at Peter Miller House and the gazebo at Miller Road Park.
- Calvary Baptist Church will clean and tend to Miller Road Park and Kopf Reservation.
- The Girl Scouts will plant flowers a the Old Firehouse and help out in the Kopf Reservation and Belle Park area.
- Open Door Church will help at the Community Garden and senior cleanup.
- Genon worked with the Boy Scouts to clean Powdermaker Ditch on April 21.
- The Landmark Preservation Society and Girl Scouts will landscape and cleanup the Folger Home.
- Kids in the Community helped clean up ALPS (Avon Lake Play Space) and Bleser Field on May 8.
- Boy Scout Troop 334 assisted with the Community Garden May 12.
- The Avon Lake Boat Club will clean up and make repairs to the boat club and beach area at the club.
- The Avon Lake Garden Club will plant flowers at the wildflower garden at Miller Road Park.
- Mayor Greg Zilka will provide assistance to a private resident in need.
- The Environmental Affairs Advisory Board will work at Russ Lynch Bicentennial Park and the Veterans Memorial Park beach.
- American Legion members will clean Walker Road from the Legion to the Bay Village line.
- The Avon Lake Kiwanis Club will clean up Safety Town.
- The Avon Lake High School Key Club will help spruce up the Peter Miller House
- The Avon Lake High School football team will work on Pin Oak Parkway.