William S. Hart Regional Park is pleased to announce that Andrea Donner has been named Hart Park Volunteer of the Month for March 2016.
Andrea is one of Hart Park’s most dedicated volunteers. She has helped out faithfully one day a week for two and a half years.
In addition to assisting with the care and feeding of the park’s precious animals, Andrea leads barnyard tours with large groups of children and parents, always putting big smiles on their faces.
Her favorite activity at the park is walking longtime resident Half Pint the donkey.
And somehow, Andrea finds the time and energy to provide just as much assistance to the Placerita Canyon Nature Center, where she is an active docent.
For all of this and so much more, William S. Hart Regional Park salutes Andrea Donner, the March 2016 Volunteer of the Month.
Hart Park provides a wide array of volunteer opportunities and is always accepting applications from prospective helpers. Call the park office at 661-259-1750 or the William S. Hart Museum at 661-254-4584 for more information.
William S. Hart Regional Park is a unit of the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation. The Hart Museum is a unit of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
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