Posts Tagged ‘Volunteer’

Help Clean up Local Watersheds on National Rivers Day!

Creek Connections Action GroupSaturday, May 16, 2009 – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Creek Connections Action Group
and the City of San Jose are teaming up with Save the Bay to clean up the levee for the Guadalupe River, and the banks of the Coyote Creek, as well as a number of other watersheds in and around San Jose next saturday, May 16 as part of the National Rivers day trash clean-up.

Anyone who wants to help (over 10 yrs old please) can chip in and help clean up our creeks. You can download a PDF file with a map of the creeks and find one near you, or go to the website to see a list of creeks being cleaned up.

You don’t need to bring a thing with you. Gloves and tools will be provided on site with instructions. Just make sure you visit the website to download a waiver form and get signed up!

Urgent: 100+ Cats Need Rescue

Everyone, if you have a spare bathroom, garage, bedroom, etc. and you can foster a cat or two or three, please send an email to towncats@garlic.com as soon as possible.

Animal Control was called to a home in Morgan Hill where there are around 100 cats/kittens. All are healthy and happy but need a place to stay immediately. The cats will be taken from the home this coming week, and have no where to go. If Town Cats can’t find room for them all, I don’t know what will happen.

If you can’t foster, Town Cats still needs help at their already very full shelter. Please visit www.towncats.org for more information.

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