Here is what the flyer says:
A morning clean up event
and lunch cook out.
A collaboration of Rotary Clubs of Tucson Sunrise, Kino, Old Pueblo, Tucson Presidio, Tucson Sunset, Catalina, REI, Rotaract Club of the University of Arizona, and
Tucson Clean and Beautiful.
Time 8:00 to 12:00 PM
Brandi Fenton Park*
3482 East River Road
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*Brandi Fenton was tragically killed in a car accident back in March of 2003. She was only 13. At the time of her death, Brandi's family decided to donate her organs to save someone else's life. Today, the park is meant to honor Brandi and other organ donors in the community. "Just to show she was a wonderful girl and had a lot of friends and a kind heart. Brandi was an organ donor and that's something they've represented in the memorial garden is the tree of life about the significance of organ donors," says Park Architect, Phil Swaim.