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o Clean upper and lower paved trail.
o Remove dead cedars and trim low branches over trail.
o Continue thinning landscape plants
Mount Lakeway trail
o Continue building/extending the Mt. Lakeway trail.
o Lakeway Parks and Recreation Dept. will provide the Workday lunch this time. FOP will provide drinks.
o T-SHIRT GIVE AWAY to all who show up to work this Workday only. To reduce inventory, FOP is giving away prior year Wilderness Run T-shirts. This is a good time to add to your commemorative collection. T-shirts are available for the following years:
o 2008 (trees),
o 2009 (the overlook),
o 2010 (arched rail bridge),
o 2011 (Wildflower Meadow) and
o 2012 (Friends of the Parks logo).
All prior year t-shirts not taken will be donated to Goodwill.
This year's 2013 (Waterfall) t-shirts will also be available at a reduced price.
Thanks to all Wilderness Run volunteer workers and sponsors who make this year's Wilderness Run a record breaking success.
- Bernie Reding
Visit the FOP website for more infomation and photos about this year's Wilderness Run.
Wilderness Run Sat 4/27 9AM Hamilton Greenbelt I
Independent Bank signature sponsor
The Enmon Family
Eitel Group Real Estate
Hill Country Allergy and Asthma
B2B Copies and Printing
Eaddy Dentistry, P.A.
Fifield Dental Center
John W. Brodnax, P. C.
Lakeway Dental - Dr. Robbie Robinson
Lakeway Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center
Dr. Stacy E. Miller, Orthodontist
Lakeway Eye Physicians and Surgeons
Lakeway Vision Associates
Randalls Food & Pharmacy
o The Kings work at the Butterfly Garden in City Park
o Two crews worked on repairing trails in preparation for the Wilderness Run on April 27.
o Three FOP members assisted Robert Williams with his Eagle Scout project of clearing brush of a marked off section of Hamilton Greenbelt 1. Other members of troupe 441 also assisted.
o Ken and five other volunteers continued building Mt. Lakeway trail.
o A large crew of FOP volunteers and local residents worked at thinning of landscaping plants, tree trimming, and removal of most cedars.
o The Sauerman's were in charge of providing the lunch.
Special announcementThe Lakeway Sing Along Flyers spring show is going to be very special as the title is "50 Years Of Lakeway" to help celebrate the big 50th birthday of Lakeway this year. This will be a three night dinner/show again, scheduled for April 25, 26, and 27th. The Sing Along Flyers will be honoring FOP's work over the years in a segment and the song "It's a Wonderful World," in our upcoming Spring Show.
View the flyer for more information.
Reservations will start on March 18 and you can pick out your table and purchase your ticket at the Activity Center.
For more information, please contact Joann at 261-3313 or Yakjim@aol.com.
o Continue clearing brush near the Wildflower Meadow between the upper trail and neighbor's fences.
o Remove a dead Spanish oak and storm damaged limbs of cedars.
o Remove other cedars competing with oak trees.
o Remove cedar saplings from an area beside Clubhouse Trail.
o Continue building Mt. Lakeway trail.
o We had sandwiches from Randalls along with home-made salads and desserts.
Ken Parmerter will be asking for volunteers to work on Mt. Lakeway trail on Sunday, March 17, 1 - 5 p.m. contact Ken at 512-922-0623.
Friends of the Parks is a group of citizens who enjoy the rewards of volunteer service in the parks and greenbelts areas of Lakeway. Monthly Saturday morning work sessions provide opportunities for all levels of service, whether it is tree maintenance, general cleanup or tending memorial gardens at City Park. A few of the hardier members help build and maintain hiking/biking trails in the Hamilton Greenbelts and the Canyonlands Natural Area. Still others provide food for our workday picnics. For information contact Bernie Reding 261-5633 or email email@example.com
Friends of the Parks sponsors one annual community event which is the annual Wilderness Run/Walk event on the Hamilton Greenbelt trails on the third Saturday of April. The goal of this event is to encourage citizens to get out and enjoy the beauty of the greenbelts and parks of the City of Lakeway.
Friends of the Parks of Lakeway is a 501 (c) 3, Federal Tax Exempt Organization. Donations made to this organization may be tax deductible; check with your tax advisor.