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      2019 Wisconsin FFA Day of Service in Madison


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      June 10, 2019

      Monday  12:00 PM

      1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
      Madison, Wisconsin 53713

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      2019 Wisconsin FFA Day of Service

      Thank you for your interest in the 11th Annual Wisconsin FFA Day of Service! Monday, June 10, 2019 12:00pm        Registration at Alliant Energy Center lobby 1:00pm          Registration ends.  Day of Service welcome 1:30pm          Buses leave Alliant for service sites 2:00pm          Orientation at sites and work begins 4:00pm          Board buses to go to Alliant 4:30pm          Arrive back at Alliant-Reflection activity 4:45 pm         Day of Service ends   City of Madison Parks Division (two sites) The Parks Division maintains over 260 parks, one public swimming pool, 10 beaches, a botanical garden & conservatory, 14 conservation parks and more. Volunteer efforts include tree mulching, hiking trail repair, planting and weeding with the Friends of the Yahara River Parkway and Turville Point Conservation Park.  Goodman Community Center The center offers programs to help preschoolers through teenagers succeed in school and life, meals and social activities to keep older adults healthy and connected, enrichment activities for adults and a food pantry. Volunteers will be cleaning and organizing the preschool room, afterschool room & the gymnasium to get it ready for summer camp.  Oakwood Village- University Woods Oakwood Village University Woods Retirement Community is a continuing care retirement community that has independent living apartments, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care for older adults.  Volunteers will be outside staining.  River Food Pantry This is Dane County’s busiest food pantry offering free groceries, meals, and clothing to anyone who comes for help. They feed about 600 families per week, going through over 25,000 pounds of food every seven days. Volunteers will help clean facilities, stock shelves and sort clothing.  UW-Arboretum Participants will work in the Arboretum’s Longenecker Horticultural Gardens, home to renowned crabapple, conifer, and lilac collections. They will be pulling weeds and spreading mulch to beautify the gardens and improve the well being of the trees and shrubs. All tools and training will be provided.    

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