The Seattle 1st Platoon is back in action on April 29th, 2017, as they return to the Ethiopian Community of Seattle in Rainier Beach. This time, as a participant in the premier neighborhood event of the year on the Southside of Seattle - Bridge to Beach 2017.
The Platoon will be painting a sport court for the kids, cleaning out an unused portion of the grounds, a little jackhammer work and prepping the playground for future operations.
This one is going to be great....after months of rain, and inside work, the platoon is moving outside...hopefully taking advantage of a nice Seattle day.
There will all kinds of events that day, as entire neighborhoods are mobilized. We hope to see you there.
What To Wear :
Boots, Clothes you don't mind getting dirty
What To Bring :
A great attitude and energy to work
Parking at Ethiopian Community Center
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