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Volunteers are wanted by the city of Kent to help clean up Lake Fenwick Park, 25828 Lake Fenwick Road, from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 7 as part of the city’s celebration of National Trails Day.

  • Tuesday, May 20, 2008 3:14pm
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Help clean up Lake Fenwick Park in Kent

Volunteers are wanted by the city of Kent to help clean up Lake Fenwick Park, 25828 Lake Fenwick Road, from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 7 as part of the city’s celebration of National Trails Day.

National Trails Day is a major event sponsored by the American Hiking Society.

The jobs will include replenishing gravel on the east ridge trail; repairing the guard rail; removing old wooden steps and replacing the steps; and pruning vegetation along the trail.

Individuals and groups are encouraged to sign up in advance.

For more information, call Victoria Andrews, special programs manager for the city of Kent Parks Department, at 253-856-5113 or e-mail her at vandrews@ci.kent.wa.us.

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