Community Service Day
More than one thousand people are expected to participate in the 4th Annual Community Serve Day to help teachers prepare classrooms and under-resourced schools with painting and landscaping projects in Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Kirkland and Redmond.
Project Coordinator and owner of Woodinville-based EnviroShield Craig Hawkins says the impact of 100 people working for fours each at Kokanee and Woodin Elementary Schools is all powerful. “We’re bringing churches of different denomination, size and tradition with other community groups to help ensure students have the best chance at a quality environment. Some volunteers will help teachers clean and decorate their classrooms. Others will help to paint black top games and other landscape related projects”
Hawkins says each of the 15 locations will have 100 volunteers for the four hour block between 9am to 1pm. This year each site will host a celebration event featuring sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
To register as a volunteer please visit www.communityserveday.org
“We’ve been working with teachers and their principals for about three months to help determine the best projects to prepare for the upcoming year,” said Craig. As a member of the Northshore Baptist Church, Craig has been involved with several community service projects in the Woodinville area.
After 8 years in the suburbs of Woodinville, Craig Hawkins and his team at EnviroShield recently moved their offices closer to the business district and freeways to provide even more timely responses to water and mold emergencies. Craig could not be happier with the new location at 14522 NE North Woodinville Way, Suite 202B.
23710 57 Ave SE
Woodinville, WA 98072
12950 NE 195th Street
Bothell, WA 98011