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ReadyTalkers Take to the Park

Today’s post is provided by Samantha Mizzi a quality assurance engineer at ReadyTalk. Samantha is an active member of ReadyTalk’s Charitable Contributions Committee—an employee-drive committee supports non-profit organizations that create a positive impact on the community.

ReadyTalk at Skyline Park
ReadyTalk at Skyline ParkReadyTalk at Skyline Park

ReadyTalk at Skyline ParkIn April, for the 4th year in a row, ReadyTalk kicked off our Stewardship of Skyline Park!

Skyline Park runs along Arapahoe Street between 15th & 18th Street in downtown Denver; and each year we like to get out there 3 or 4 times to keep it in tip top shape. We are able to do this because of our great relationship with Denver Parks & Rec (especially Tina & Joel).

This session was the first of the season, so it involved a lot of clean up, weeding, mulching, and planting. The oddest thing that someone found was an old fashioned brass door bell. Everyone worked hard, had a great day and it ended with a much deserved margarita!

By the Numbers:

4 Denver Parks & Rec Employees

12 cubic yards of mulch laid out

13 ReadyTalk Volunteers

20 flowers were planted

23 bags of weeds pulled

8747 cigarette butts were picked up

 


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