June 2: Volunteer Day at Angle Fly Preserve: Reynolds House Restoration

Whether you enjoy knocking out plaster or prefer carrying trash to the dumpster, you can contribute to the restoration of the Revolutionary War era Reynolds House at Angle Fly Preserve. Hands-on contributions are every bit as important as financial ones for this project. Be among the first to see the interior of this house. Then imagine how satisfying it will be to point out the house you literally had a hand in restoring. The Reynolds House is located at the entrance to the Angle Fly Preserve, Primrose Street/Rt. 139 between Reis Park and Rt. 100 in Somers.

On June 2nd, we will complete the removal of the plaster ceilings and walls on the first floor and start on the second floor. Work starts at 9am and runs through 2 pm.

Where: Angle Fly Preserve
Date: Sunday June 2, 2012
Time: 9am-2pm

Minors must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or responsible adult to take part in volunteer day projects. Please refer to the safety practices section on our website. For more information, send email to David Gotz, Volunteer Coordinator.

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