City of Fremont's Volunteer Recognition for students who helped the community's Creeks and Parks
Friday June 1st the City of Fremont held an awards ceremony at the Swim Lagoon in Lake Elizabeth. The students who received an award worked on different projects around the city for a total of 7 hours or more. Some of these students worked on many projects and earned over 30 volunteer hours. The total effort from these students was over 1,000 hours. Thank you to the over 200 of you who have helped on all the projects. The projects included building Swallow boxes, Laguna Creek Restoration, Tule Ponds clean-up, tree planting behind Kennedy High, weeding at the Fremont Historical Garden, working on paths at Stivers Lagoon and many other projects with the city.
Here is a list of the students who were recognized:
Pierce, AkiaQuon, Tami
Shariff, FaziShelton, Ryan
Subasa, IanSun, Elaine