35 JOHN MUIR SCHOOL The Siskiyou School Thank you to our Adopt-a-Park & Trail Sponsors Standing Stone adopted Calle Guanajuato Park Meet Our Park Adoptees • Ashland Creek Park—Ashland Lions Club • Bluebird Park—Recology Ashland • Briscoe Geology Park—The Jefferson Center • Calle Guanajuato—Standing Stone & Albertsons • Clay Street Park—The Siskiyou School • Dog Park—Rogue Credit Union • Garden Way Park—The Soroptimists • Garfield Park—Yogurt Hut • Glenwood Park—SOU Green House • Heirloom Garden at NMP—Ashland Garden Club • Hitt Road Trail—Stadnisky Foundation • Hunter Park—Ashland Tennis & Fitness Club • Lithia Park Japanese Garden—Barbara Settles, • Native Plant Area at NMP—AHSSustainabilityClub • Oredson-Todd Woods—John Muir School • Railroad Park—Wells Fargo Bank in Ashland • Scenic Park—Ashland High School Robotics Club If you would like to “Adopt” please visit AshlandParksandRec.org NitsaMarcandonatou,CarrieChancellorandScottMiller Standing Stone employees cleaning up their adopted park The Calle Guanajuato Park is a hidden gem located next to Ashland Creek, behind the shops on the Plaza. Just over a year ago, Standing Stone Brewing Company employees adopted the Calle Guanajuato, named in honor of our sister city in Mexico. “At Standing Stone, one of our core values is to be a business and staff that serves the community. Adopting the Calle has been a fun and easy way to give back, and our team always enjoys the opportunity to join in on a park clean-up day,” shares restaurant manager, Samantha Cathcart. “There is nothing better than seeing our employees come together to do good and watch them have fun while doing it. Team building at its best!” volunteer opportunities AshlandParksandRec.org | Facebook.com/AshlandParksandRec | ParksInfo@ashland.or.us