Title: Eastrose Unitarian Universalist Presentation
Location: Eastrose UU Church, 1133 NE 181st Ave., Gresham
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Description: Jim Labbe, Audubon Society of Portland and Lee Dayfield, Friends of Nadaka will give a presentation update on the Nadaka Nature Park & Garden Project. Everyone is welcome.
Start Time: 12:15 pm
End Time: 1:00 pm
Title: Community Garden Sheet Mulching Event
Location: Nadaka Nature Park – South End at NE Glisan & NE 175th Ave.
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Description: COME ONE COME ALL – ALL HANDS WELCOME
Come help start the community garden at Nadaka Nature Park.
Will be sheet mulching the future community garden site. Dress for the weather, gloves if you have them and sturdy shoes. If you have a shovel, pitchfork or wheelbarrow you can bring that is great too. Drinks and snacks for volunteers. For more information and to register for the event go to the Columbia Slough Watershed Council website.
Start Time: 09:00am
Date: December 1, 2012
End Time: 1:00pm
The Friends of Nadaka with the partnership of Human Solutions has received a $1000 matching grant through the City of Gresham’s Arts & Cultural Assistance Grant Program for a Camp Fire history kiosk at Nadaka.
Camp Fire historian, Nancy King will be designing the display and Jerry King will be constructing the kiosk. We hope to get donations for materials such as cement, wood and shingles for the construction. The project is scheduled to be completed by Jan. 31, 2013 and volunteers will be needed for the installation of the kiosk inside Nadaka. If you would like to donate materials or volunteer to help with the installation please contact Lee at email@example.com.
A big Thank You goes out to all the generous sponsors of the 2nd Annual Nadaka Community Festival–Albertson’s at NE 181st, Audubon Society of Portland, City of Gresham, Eastrose Fellowship Unitarian Universalist, EarthH2O, Friends of Nadaka, Meyer Memorial Trust, Owens Corning Gresham, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church and the Wilkes East Neighborhood Association. There is not enough room to list all the individual volunteers who helped with the setup and take down of the festival as well as the cleanup in the Nadaka forest in the morning before the festival.
In addition to the approximately 275-300 attendees we were fortunate to have the East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, League of Women Voters, the Gresham Police Officers and CVIP volunteers, Columbia Slough Watershed Council representation, PGE electric cars, the Camp Fire organization display, Verde, the MIG firm to show drawings of the project, music by Kathryn Claire and Chris Hayes and kettle drummer Brad Hirsch, Audubon Society educational birds and a disc golf demonstration by the Rockwood Disc Golf Foundation.