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Worland

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We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Worland Community Center
1200 Culbertson Ave.
Worland, WY  82401
United States of America
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Rotary Riverside Park Fitness Trail - GRANT
August 2013 - Rotary Riverside Park Project
Rotary club of Worland Wyoming will be partnering with Worland High School Biological Field Studies class to improve Riverside Park in Worland Wyoming.  We will be renovating the park with Rotary Fitness Trail:
  1. Better lighting – Cost $3,600
  2. Paved Physical fitness trail – Cost $3,500
  3. Exercise equipment - $6,114
  4. Rotary Placards - $1,286
  5. Shrubs and Trees - $500
 
The objective of this project is to provide a place for physical activity for all ages at will be free for all to enjoy.
This is a humanitarian project that will benefit the low income families in our community.  The fitness trail will be located in a safer park with proper lighting for activities in the early morning at dawn and in the evening at dusk.  The community will benefit from physical fitness trail that has exercise equipment to help our youth stay in shape while having fun at no cost to use. The enhancement of this park would offer a place where families can come for an afternoon of fun and relaxation at no cost to the family.  Even youth recreational sports have a cost associated with them but coming to the park to for activities will be free for all to enjoy.
The Worland High School Biological Field Studies Class has been involved in a Community Project for the last couple of years.  The first year students wrote a project proposal to address several years of work to be completed in a particular community project.  This was initiated by the Community Initiative sponsored by the Wyoming School-University Partnership.   In the first year, the students partnered with The BLM, Weed and Pest, and Washakie County Conservation District to clean up the Russian Olives (an invasive species) on the island in front of the park.  This was a big success and the Weed and Pest is continuing the process by spraying twice a year.  The second year the classes did a lot of research and planning and ended up with a cleanup day on Earth Day.
 
This year working together we will start and complete the exercise trail part of the project.  In order to do this, we will need to construct the trail in the fall and install the exercise equipment in the spring.  We plan on having work days where both the students and Rotarians and any interested community members could all get together to accomplish our goals.
 
We are looking forward to working together with the Worland High School Biological Field Studies to complete this very important project for Worland.  We have this beautiful river running through our town and we fail to highlight it in any way.  With this project we highlight the river view and encourage physical fitness among the members of the community, especially among members who cannot afford gym memberships.
 
 
 
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