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Cleaning at Leif Erickson Park!

Today, we PCR volunteered at the Leif Erickson Park and we would like to thank the volunteers that helped today in the park! They did a really great job cleaning the park today and we PCR would have not done this without your help! #pcr #pcrelationship #PCRVolunteer

The Ridiculous Amount of Cigarettes We Collected!

Today, we PCR volunteered at the Leif Ericson Park and this is what we gathered. This bag of cigarettes are about 8-10 pounds and it was all from the park. We hope that all people can help keep the environment clean and not continue to throw more cigarettes in the park. We would like to thank the volunteers that helped today in the park! They did a really great job cleaning the park today and we PCR would have not done this without your help!

9/21/19 New Yorkers For Parks!

The registration of the Daffodil Project in 2019 is now closed at the Daffodil Distribution Office of the New Yorker Park in St. Mary's Park, Bronx. The Daffodil Project is an activity where volunteers distribute daffodil seeds to residents of the organization. New York Park Park and New York City Park Park created the Daffodil Project in 2001 to commemorate September 11. The park will present half a million daffodil bulbs to individuals and groups, planted in parks, campuses, community gardens, street tree pits and other public places in New York City. The volunteers of the PCR team participated in the daffodil plan for the first time; in short, we planted more than 7.5 million daffodils

9/22/19 Super Cleanup Queens

This is PCR second time at Maple Playground, Flushing, having a cleanup in the park. We had about 60 volunteer families who brought their children over and getting involved in this super cleanup. We, together, painted 33 old benches, raked about 28 bags of leaves and a whole bag of cigarette ends to recycle. We had groups of people helping out at every part of the park. Some were getting the old paint off the benches and then painting it with new paint, others were raking leaves separating cigarette ends from the leaves so they can be recycled. Parents were showing their children what to do while they are learning something important that will affect their future as a person. They learned to

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