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Spring 2018 CITO at Trap Pond

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Hidden : Saturday, April 21, 2018
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DATE: APRIL 21, 2018
TIME: 9AM - 11AM

We will meet at the listed coords. If you show up late look and listen for us in the Campground area.

Trap Pond is home to Delaware's oldest cache: dElAWare 7{1}, has partnered with Delaware Geocachers and supports geocaching in the park.

Now is time for us to give back! Please join us for a couple of hours of volunteer work.

Looks like we may do some habitat restoration.....but details of our activities are being worked out.

Trap Pond will have any tools we need but you may want to bring your own gloves.

It has been recommended that you wear closed-toe shoes (sorry flipflopski).

BONUS: You will earn the Spring CITO Week 2018 souvenir by attending a CITO event from April 21 to April 29, 2018.

At the Entrance Booth, say you are here for the Volunteer Event and NO entrance fee will be charged.

Event has been approved by the Volunteer Coordinator for Trap Pond.

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