ALEXA ROSSINI, an Americorps member, joins a group of students on a nature hike on Jan. 24 at the Sly Park Environmental Center in Pollock Pines.


Helping hands come to Sly Park

By From page A1 | February 04, 2013

They’ve come from all over the United States — nine young people  from AmeriCorps National Community Civilian Corps who want to help — and the Sly Park Environmental Education Center is lucky enough to be their hosts. Team leader Sam Strazynski, 26, said, “We do projects all over the United States in many different capacities: working with kids, fire management teams, building houses, cleaning up streams,removing invasive species of plants, disaster response, roadwork —whatever needs need to be met.”

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