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May 17, 2019
5th Annual Keep the Santa Fe Plaza Beautiful on 6/1 - Volunteers Needed

5th Annual Keep the Santa Fe Plaza Beautiful

The City of Santa Fe and Parks and Recreation announce the 5th Annual Keep the Santa Fe Plaza Beautiful volunteer event:  Join Coronado Paint and Decorating, the City of Santa Fe, Parks and Recreation, and other local businesses on Saturday June 1, 2019 from 7:00am to 10:30am.   Many volunteers are needed for this wonderful work to keep our iconic plaza beautiful.   Parks and Recreation Department Direct John P.  Munoz said, “We appreciate the Mayor and Buddy Roybal and their leadership in bringing volunteers and local businesses together to give our plaza a little extra tender love and care, and we especially appreciate the volunteers.”

Volunteers are asked to meet at the Bandstand for team assignments.  Volunteers will paint and clean and no experience is needed.  Team captains and Parks crews will provide guidance.  Chick-fil-A, Hotel Santa Fe, and La Fonda Hotel will provide a delicious and nutritious breakfast and beverages.   

“Individual volunteers are need volunteers and local organizations and businesses can absolutely get involved”, said local business owner and event organizer Buddy Roybal.    This is a community event—a huge volunteer activity.   Benjamin Moore and Coronado Paint and Decorating generously donated paint as well as donated all the painting supplies.   Sign up as an individual or with your business or organization to help today with the following contacts:

Buddy Roybal     505 699 2687

Ken Dettleback 505 577 8722

Anya Alarid         [bot protected email address]

“The Santa Fe Plaza is a national historic landmark.   This has been our virtual outdoor living room and gathering place for hundreds of years for locals and for people from all walks of life.   This is the heart of Santa Fe and I hope to see many of our community members who love and appreciate our Plaza to come out and support the Annual Keep the Santa Fe,” said Mayor Alan Webber.

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