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Saturday August 4th 2018
Red House side volunteer day Meet at the Wetlands parking lot.
Come put & help make a difference in our wonderful park 10am-3pm lunch provided!
Saturday Sept 8 2018
Quaker Volunteer Day 10-3
Meeting at the Quaker General Store parking lot. Free lunch for workers at 2pm.
Saturday Sept 22 National Public Lands Day
Red House side. Come help the Friends support this park run event.
Fire & Stone Tower Tours
Hosted Saturdays and Sundays
by the Friends of ASP & ASPHS mid spring-mid fall 2018
SAVE THE RED HOUSE SAW MILL Fundraiser
Great News-the 2018 Save the Red House Sawmill Raffle has started. Tickets are on sale at the Red House Gift Shop and Quaker General Store and are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00.
First Prize: A three night stay at a Parallel Cottage Dec 7-10th 2018 courtesy of Allegany Partners LLC, the developers of the Bova, Parallel and new Cain Hollow Cottages.
Three exciting runner-up prizes courtesy of J-Con Parks Inc., the park Concessionaire:
Second Prize: $50 Gift Cert for the Park Restaurant
Third Prize: $50 Gift Cert to any park store
Fourth Prize: 2 All Day Kayak Rentals on either lake! Good luck and thanks for supporting a great cause!
Would you like a digital copy of our new newsletter? Please email: AlleganyPaul@gmail.com
Recent Friends of Allegany Projects!
"Together we can make a difference."
The Friends of Allegany State Park is a non profit organization whose mission is to work with the state of New York to promote, preserve, and maintain Allegany State Park. The park has been enjoyed by people of all ages for almost 100 years.
The Friends pursue this mission by serving as ambassadors and advocates for the park and the wider community. This is accomplished by recruiting friends and volunteers and by developing corporate and community partners. The Friends strive to network with the talent, knowledge, and enthusiasm that is needed to keep the park relevant and vital. The Friends will strive to preserve, maintain, and interpret the historic character and natural beauty of the park.