This year we held a VIRTUAL Miles for Meso run / walk in order to keep the annual tradition going.
Since the first Miles for Meso in 2009, race participants have ran a total of 16,267 miles, and the event has raised over $650,000 for mesothelioma research. The race has become a fun, family-friendly way to raise awareness about mesothelioma and the dangers of asbestos.
Organizations that have received these funds are the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (The Meso Foundation), the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) and PENN Medicine’s mesothelioma program.
During this time, your Community Center staff have been hard at work! Here are a few things that we have done over the past few months to ensure that we keep you safe upon reopening and to spruce up the facility! We are excited to show you everything we have done and can’t wait to open our doors again to the public!
Federal Way Parks are open During Covid -19 Restrooms, Playgrounds and Picnic Shelters are Closed during this Health Emergency. Please enjoy the park and help stop the spread of the virus by following the rules
Parks are open
Amenities are closed—This means that playgrounds, restrooms, picnic shelters and other amenities at the parks are not to be used at this time.
Trails may be used while at the parks
Physical distancing is required. Keep six feet between individuals outside your immediate household. At trailheads, on trails, and parks, practice extra care.
Two years ago this July, a large team of volunteers began working to SAVE THE FARM! The historic Hylebos Blueberry Farm Park had been overgrown with blackberry bushes. Teams spent hundreds of hours removing blackberries, weeding, removing rocks & old irrigation pipes. At last years Park Appreciation Day, 100 volunteers planted new blueberry bushes & continued weeding.