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Mormon Helping Hands Assist in Maryland Park Cleanup (Photo Essay)

Approximately 300 Mormon Helping Hands volunteers joined community members and elected officials to clean up Parkville, Maryland's Double Rock Park on 12 May. The following photo essay shows these volunteers in action. (Photos courtesy Michele Calderon)

Volunteers built six new park benches

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Several handrails were repaired and painted, as was the Alex Pavilion

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Volunteers also raked leaves and hauled away dead wood from park trails

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Volunteers planted a 1,800-square-foot rain garden — the day's largest project

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See more information at the Parkville-Overlea Patch.

 

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