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Friends of Seminary Hill host Clean-Up Work Party
Author: Peter Abbarno
May 5, 2019

The Friends of Seminary Hill Natural Area hosted a work party and clean up on May 4th for the Centralia and Lewis County community. Seminary Hill is owned by the City of Centralia and maintained by the dedicated volunteers with the Friends of the Seminary Hill organization. My family has joined volunteers for many years to help clean and restore Seminary Hill.

Antonio helping restore the entrance to Seminary Hill.

I am very thankful the Friends of the Seminary Hill Natural Area ordered amazing weather and organized a great Spring Clean-Up Day at the Seminary Hill Natural Area again this year. Seminary Hill is truly a gem in our community and my family hikes on the Hill all Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Thank you to all the volunteers and organizers with the Friends of Seminary Hill and City of Centralia for organizing the Seminary Hill and City-Wide clean-up. Our family enjoyed joining all the volunteers in Centralia, Washington to clean and improve our neighborhoods and the Seminary Hill Natural Area.

Brian Mittge, President of the Friends of Seminary Hill showing feats of strength!

The “Friends of Seminary Hill” is a community group that is a partner to the City in maintaining the Seminary Hill Natural Area. To join the “Friends of Seminary Hill” or for more information, contact a member listed in their brochure, by email at, or Facebook Seminary Hill. You can also follow them on Twitter @goseminaryhill or Instagram @goseminaryhill

Check out the 2019 Events Schedule the Seminary Hill Trail Map, and the Brochure, which includes contact information on the Friends of Seminary Hill committee, and general information on the Natural Area itself. Learn more at

Holly and Peter Abbarno at the 2019 Seminary Hill Work Party!

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