Vendors and booths were set up in Memorial Park, ready to promote being green. Key clubbers helped with this process, and also put own recycling bins around the park. Some vendors included a low-cost bike tune up, a solar panel company, and a free compost pickup station!
Key Clubbers certainly made the right decision in spending their Saturday here. Though it was a lot of work to get up early to set up tables and booths, Kyleen Vo, the newly elected Albany treasurer and a volunteer for the event says it was “rewarding to help”. She also got a foot tan during the event and advises all volunteers in general to wear fully covered shoes when volunteering. This is a good reminder to all Key Clubbers, as you never can fully expect what an event will be like before attending!
Additionally, from the event Albany Key Club volunteer Emily Ho says, “I learned how to work together with other volunteers when the coordinator wasn’t guiding us. We talked things out before deciding to do things”. It truly is wonderful to see teamwork and communication both really come into effect!