Welcome to the Project 938 community outreach program and thank you for your support. We have another workday just around the corner. We are all set for August 23rd. This work day will be similar to ones in the past; there just won’t be AS much debris.
Community Baseball Field Clean Up
August 23rd, 2013, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (come and go)
The field is located at 5001 Bernice St, Haltom City, TX.
Don't be discouraged if you are not comfortable pulling down vines and clearing brush, there are plenty of opportunities with lighter duties. There is a job and task for everyone. We will need volunteers to paint, wipe down tables, prepare and serve lunch, check in volunteers, help people find parking, hand out water, pick up trash, or be a shoulder to lean on. There will not be a shortage of things to do!
If you choose to join us Saturday, August 23rd there are some important things to know before arriving and a list of items to bring with you on that day.
The field still has some of stickers and briar vines - nasty items, and you need to dress accordingly.
• Leather boots or durable footwear is strongly recommended!
• Bring a durable pair of leather gloves that can protect your hands from the briar vines and stickers if grabbed. If you do not have a pair, 938 has purchased some that you can use for the event.
• Long pants and long-sleeved shirts are strongly encouraged.
• If you have eye and hearing protection, bring them. You can never be TOO safe!
If you have access to any of the large equipment listed above, please contact Frank May the Project 938 Construction Czar at or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any of the following items please bring them:
Gas powered chain saws
Large trash cans
Case of water
If you do bring any equipment, please be sure to label it well.
If you plan on joining us on the 23rd, please let us know.
If you are interested in participating or want to be kept up to date on our progress, you can find out more at:
Feel free to share this information with anyone you want. This is a large project and we could use all the help we can get and in all areas.
Our desire and passion is to show the local community the power of people from different cultures, races, religions, and backgrounds joyfully joining together, serving together to provide a positive impact to the community with no strings attached just an abundance of unconditional love for each other.
The reality is that we are ALL broken, broken together.
We look forward to seeing everybody on August 23rd.