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Chester Bowl Cleanup Update

There have been several questions about children attending. If your kids can help pick up debris and follow directions, they are welcome. If you think they will need too much supervision or won’t be willing to help, it’s best that they stay home for these work days. You will need to be responsible for your own kids.

Monday, June 25, 7-8:30pm

Clean area from park entrance to playground/stage, including rake out rocks & sand from grass, fill in gouged out holes in the picnic area, haul debris to the road, re-install a washed out park bench & clean up broken branches.

Tools To Bring-
Please bring work gloves, garden shovels, garden rakes, pruners, loppers, wheelbarrows, bow saws and other hand tools. Please note – the city has requested that we do not use chain saws.

If possible please walk, bike or carpool. Since we will be hauling debris to the parking lot next to the park entrance, that area will not be available for parking.

Kids are welcome to participate. The city has asked that parents closely supervise their children, especially near the creek.

Check In-
The city can get reimbursed for volunteer hours, so please check in at the playground & get a name tag.

Group Leaders-
If you would like to be a group leader, please meet at the playground at 6:30pm.

Thanks for your support.


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Duluth, MN 55812
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