What's Happening

Fall 2017

City of Renton Programs, Events, Fitness, and Fun for Everyone!

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VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS & OPPORTUNITIES 28 | For more information call 425-430-6600 or visit Rentonwa.gov Fall Green & Clean Saturday, October 14 Check-in: 8:45am • Project: 9:00-11:30am Philip Arnold Park, 720 Jones Ave S. The Fall "Green & Clean" Saturday park volun- teer project is a great way to dig in and help maintain the parks for everyone to enjoy. Check in at 8:45am. Volunteers must be 12 and older. Youth ages 12 to 17 who are not accompanied must have a waiver filled out by an adult. To register, call 425-430-6700 or Rentonwa.gov/CyberSignup #60443 In observance of National Day of Service and Remembrance, the City of Renton is partnering with local agencies to provide service opportunities for community members throughout the Renton area on Saturday, September 9. If you would like to be a volunteer on Saturday, September 9, 9:00–11:30am then we will find a project for you! Contact Teresa Nishi at 425-430-6694 tnishi@rentonwa.gov for a list of projects. All volunteers are invited to participate in a celebration picnic following completion of the projects. SEPT 9, 2017 9:00–11:30am Basketball Coaches Wanted If you enjoy working with kids and the game of basketball, put your passion to work! Volunteer coaches are needed for the upcoming season. Info: Donna Eken at 425-430-6715 or deken@rentonwa.gov Renton Youth Council (RYC) Are you in middle school or high school and want to volunteer? RYC is a fun leadership and service oriented group that volunteers at community events, organizes activi- ties, and attends trainings. RYC is open to grades 6 to 12. Info: Tom Puthoff at 425-430-6766 or tputhoff@rentonwa.gov GENERAL VOLUNTEER INFORMATION Contact Teresa Nishi 425-430-6694 tnishi@rentonwa.gov r O PP O R T U N I T I E S TO G I V E BAC K

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