RIDGEFIELD, WA – The City of Ridgefield is launching our second Make A Difference Month starting with a Community Service Day on Saturday, November 6th and ending with Hometown Celebration on Saturday, December 4th.
Make A Difference month is a community wide challenge with weekly themes and activities that emphasize the importance of caring for and appreciating our community. Each week will have its own theme, activities, and challenges. Complete all of the challenges and receive an “I Made A Difference” certificate and thank you card from Ridgefield Mayor Don Stose. Weekly themes include: Stewardship, Small Acts of Kindness, Gratitude, and Community Connection. All activities and content can be found on our website, at bit.ly/RIDGEFIELDCARES
Make A Difference Month kicks off with a Community Service Day on Saturday, November 6th. Join in at Abrams Park for a community-focused First Saturday! There will be multiple volunteer projects to participate in from 9AM to Noon in Abrams Park and Downtown Ridgefield and a free lunch for volunteers from Noon to 1PM in heated Bennett Hall. Volunteers should check in at Bennett Hall at Abrams Park to get directions on how to participate in community service projects.
Additional activities at Abrams Park on November 6th from 9AM-2PM will include: a donation drive for the Ridgefield Family Resource Center; thank-you card making craft station; Columbia Play Project lawn games; Ridgefield non-profit and community organizations; and First Saturday vendor market.
The Ridgefield community consistently acts to help one another through difficult times. With Make A Difference Month, we want to recognize and promote those actions in our community as we enter a time of year that can be tough for many. Come together with your community and Make A Difference in Ridgefield!