Pride Sunday Clean-up Planned

Sister Connie Pinko, a member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and chairperson for  this years Easter in the Park Celebration, had some serious, up close and personal time with the park before, during, and after the event. Here is her take on trying to keep the park clean, “When we showed up Sunday morning we were disgusted at how trashed the park was.  We work really hard to ensure the park is sparkly clean after our event, so we came back early Monday morning to do a second round of clean-up. We were amazed at how much trash had materialized overnight!”

Sister Tammy Faye Bakersfield cheering on the Dolores Park Works Volunteers at our May 1, 2010 picnic. -photo by Anthony Lindsey

Sister Tammy Faye Bakersfield cheering on the Dolores Park Works Volunteers at our May 1, 2010 picnic. -photo by Anthony Lindsey

So, on Pride Weekend, Sister Connie and DPWorks are teaming up for a little mid-party tidying up. As Sister Connie puts it, “Dolores Park works hard to support San Francisco’s sexiest queers at Trans March and Dyke March – Let’s show our appreciation by making the park look sparkly clean after those two busy days!”
And what a great way to wrap up Pride weekend, strolling through Dolores on a sunny Sunday morning! Come join us as we give our favorite summer hangout some love on Pride Sunday.

Meetup at 19th and Dolores at the “Bell Plaza”,  Sunday, 9:30am.  We will stop at noon, when Mission Dolores merchants provide lunch and then dash off to the parade.


About Robert Brust

Dolores Park Works Co-founder
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