Park and Creek Work Days spring 2015

March 7 It’s Still My Park Day at Brownie Playground
Back to basics as the neighborhood team kicked off our fifth year as Adopt-A-Park sponsor for Brownie Playground. Volunteers from the Latin Economic and Business Association at UT and from AmeriCorps*NCCC helped us collect two truckloads of trash and bulky items from the park, the creek, and the drainage easement from Applegate to Rundberg.

April 11 Rundberg Clean Sweep
Neighbors and members of Ignite Texas spent a foggy morning tidying Rundberg Lane from North Lamar Boulevard to the interregional highway. We trimmed the median oaks and elms, planted prairie flowers, and collected litter, recyclables, and one golf club. Another group of volunteers worked in Little Walnut Creek at Georgian Drive. This was the neighborhood team’s fourth year of participation in Keep Austin Beautiful’s Clean Sweep.

Special thanks to Ms Muñoz’s third grade class at Barrington for creating posters to publicize the event as part of their study of pollution and recycling. Barrington consistently stands out as a strong recycler among Austin ISD elementary schools.

April 25
Georgian Acres neighborhood park work party / 25 de abril Equipo de trabajo en el parque vecindario

At the new Georgian Acres neighborhood park from 9am to noon. The Georgian Acres Neighborhood Association is the Adopt-a-Park sponsor for this park at 500 E Powell

En el nuevo Parque vecindario Georgian Acres de 9am a mediodía. La Asociación Vecindario Georgian Acres es el Patrocinador para este parque en 500 E Powell.

CANCELLED May 23 Brownie park event
Sponsored by IDEA Rundberg. Light cleaning starting at 9am, then fun in the park, speakers, and lunch.

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The North Lamar/Georgian Acres neighborhood is a diverse and connected mixed-use area bounded by 183, North Lamar, Braker, and I-35. The "North Lamar/Georgian Acres contact team" (NLCT) works to achieve our vision of a safe healthy neighborhood for residents, property owners, and businesses.
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