Workers sought for Marymoor concerts

King County Parks is encouraging groups and individuals to be a part of the volunteer “Marymoor Recycling Crew” at this summer’s Concerts at Marymoor. Recycling Crew volunteers get free entry when they help promote recycling and waste reduction during shows.

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 3:17pm
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King County Parks is encouraging groups and individuals to be a part of the volunteer “Marymoor Recycling Crew” at this summer’s Concerts at Marymoor. Recycling Crew volunteers get free entry when they help promote recycling and waste reduction during shows.

Recycling Crew volunteers will promote recycling and composting at the concerts, which take place from June through September. Crew volunteers will also teach concert-goers about sorting their recyclable and compostable materials, and help keep the Marymoor concert venue free of litter.

Details are available by contacting Marymoor Park, at 206-205-3661, or marymoorpark@kingcounty.gov. Include your name, contact information, telephone number, and how you heard about volunteering, and identify the shows for which you are interested in volunteering.


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