An effort to rehab Wildomar’s three city
parks will get underway Oct. 26, with hundreds of volunteers expected to
United Methodist Church member Tom Pilkington is spearheading Saturday’s event at Marna O’Brien, Regency Heritage and Windsong parks, to ready all three for reopening as part of his church’s Great Day of Service. At press time, 452 people have signed on to help this weekend, according to the Great Day of Service website.
Saturday’s clean-up effort will include painting playgrounds, building shade structures, planting shrubs and trees, and spreading mulch, the website states. Additionally, there will be activities available for children ages 4-10 in a classroom at William Collier Elementary School, according to the website.
Pilkington said volunteers and donations are still be accepted for the massive undertaking. For more information, click here.
Volunteers are being asked to bring their waiver (click link above), shovel, hat and gloves and meet at 7 a.m. Saturday at Regency-Heritage Park/William Collier Elementary School located at 20150 Mayhall Drive in Wildomar.
After the work is done Saturday, there will be a celebration at William Collier Elementary and lunch will be provided to volunteers by Chick-fil-A.