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CITO #15 - North Seattle Cleanup

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Hidden : Saturday, 07 April 2018
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07 April 2018, 15:00 - 16:30

Need help to reach 500 points for Planetary Pursuits? CITO Events count for 15 points!

North Seattle Cleanup at Woodland Park – Saturday, April 7, 3:00-4:30pm
Please join me for my 15th hosted CITO Event. Let's take some time to help clean up litter in Woodland Park, one of the most beloved geocaching spots in Seattle. Attending Cache In, Trash Out (CITO) events can be a great way to meet new geocaching friends and to help protect the areas we love.

Please meet at the edge of Woodland Park in North Seattle. We will access the park from N 59th Street, just west of Aurora Avenue N.

As before, I will bring all the supplies needed - bags, gloves, litter grabbers and safety vests. Please log your "Will Attend" so I bring enough supplies. I look forward to seeing everyone!

This event is sponsored by Greenwood Aurora Involved Neighbors (GAIN) with support from the City of Seattle's Adopt-a-Street program. But it's powered by geocachers!

Event occurs, rain or shine. This is Seattle after all!

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47 Logged Visits

Write note 1     Archive 1     Will Attend 19     Attended 24     Publish Listing 1     Announcement 1     

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