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It’s My Park Day cleanup at Leif Ericson Park

We had our It’s My Park Day cleanup at Leif Ericson Park once again this weekend. But this time we mainly focused on our Daffodil Project. This project is being done all over NYC and this weekend we made it happen at Leif Ericson Park. We planted about 10 thousand daffodil bulbs around Leif Ericson Park as it represents the living memorial of 9/11 and once spring comes nature would do its job in blooming these bulbs into daffodils. Thank you to all the volunteers who came this weekend during their spare time to help out at this weeks It's My Park Day. Thank You!

super cleanup queens on the second day of November

On the second day of November we had a super cleanup queens in Maple Playground, Flushing. We, as usual raked about 30 bags of leaves as this season (autumn) is the changing season of the year where leaves falls a lot. We also started out Daffodil bulbs planting. We explained and showed our volunteers the process in how its done. We showed them how you have to make a hole about 6 inches deep and then plant the bulbs inside and then cover it as it will grow by itself next spring and the years after that.Thank you to all the volunteers who came to this super cleanup queens on November 2nd during their free time. Thank You !! Thank you New Yorkers for Parks for another epic ! Thanks to New York

first It’s My Park Day of the month November

Today was PCR’s first It’s My Park Day of the month November. We raked about 70 bags of leaves today. We had our craft program again as this months topic is on how we can use our fallen leaves in the park and our imaginations to craft art. So we had tables set up for anyone who wants to come and create art. Some tables had coloring, some tables used leaves and imagination to create an art piece, and some had blank pieces of paper where you draw tree trunks and then use cotton swabs and autumn colors for its leave colors. Then we started showing our volunteers how to plant daffodil bulbs as the month of November is mostly based on planting Daffodil bulbs for its blooming in the following spri

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