We had a remarkable mid-summer effort this past Sat., 7/22, on an extension of the Cochituate Aqueduct Trail (CAT). Several new volunteers joined a few veterans and we cleared a lovely extension of the CAT behind the East Natick Industrial Park (and sadly quite a lot of litter at each end). But now it’s all cleaned up thanks to the hard work of nearly a dozen intrepid volunteers. Join us this fall (Sat., Oct 21 — Our 7th Annual Natick Trails Day) when we hope to “punch” it all the way across the edge of the Sunkaway (wetland) to Weathersfield (Bradford Road). You’ll have a great time and learn more about our glorious Natick Trails.
Many people to thank:
• Neil Rhein (Executive Director of Keep Massachusetts Beautiful) who helped us in the critical stages of forming our affiliate and non-profit status, and at the same time providing key advice in applying for the Grant).
• Grace Keegan and Keep America Beautiful who awarded us a generous Community Trails Grant for wonderful and essential new tools.
• Our dear friend, Nick Jenkins (Dunkin Donuts Corporate) who always gives generously (coffee, hot chocolate, donuts, bagels, etc.)
• I’d also like to thank my wife, Jane, and sister, Sally, for delivering the donation from Dunkin Donuts and setting up our tables. –Pat
Keep Natick Beautiful, Inc.
(a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation)
formerly known as:
Big Heart Little Feet
Pat Conaway – (President – Founder)
11 Pumpkin Pine Road
Natick, Massachusetts 01760
Email: email@example.com visit on the web: (keepnatickbeautiful.org)