Learn about salmon during Oct. 12 May Creek trail hike

October 11, 2013

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By Grace Stiller Children in the Hazelwood community model the bracelets they created in a salmon education scavenger hunt. Weed Warriors will host the event again on the May Creek trail Oct. 12.

By Grace Stiller
Children in the Hazelwood community model the bracelets they created in a salmon education scavenger hunt. Weed Warriors will host the event again on the May Creek trail Oct. 12.

Children and parents alike can explore the new east portion of the May Creek trail, during an Oct. 12 hike.

It’s not just an idle hike hosted by the Weed Warriors, though. Along the trail, children will have the opportunity to learn about salmon, with interesting facts scattered at different points.

At each point, children can collect a colored bead, and by the end of the trail, they will have enough to create a bracelet.

Hikers should meet at 10 a.m. at the retention pond on the west side of Coal Creek Parkway, just north of the bridge to the Renton Highlands. Parents or a responsible adult must accompany children younger than 16.

Parking is available along May Valley Road. Volunteers are needed to help set up at 9 a.m. Learn more at www.newcastleweedwarriors.org.

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