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Community Clean Up Of Chester Bowl

Our beloved Chester Park suffered extensive damage in yesterday’s flash flood, including the washing out of the upper dam. We are going to start cleaning up the park on Monday, June 25. Here are the details.

Community Clean Up Of Chester Bowl Park

Monday June 25 & Monday July 2

Open to all, from children to seniors

Please bring: work gloves, garden shovels & rakes, chain saws, pruners, lopers, wheelbarrows and other outdoor tools that might be useful.

Please meet at the playground for a name tag & to assigned to a group. Several people are needed to be group leaders. Please respond if you will be a group leader, will help in general & what tools you can bring. We need several people that can safely operate chainsaws, and others to drag debris away to the road where it will be picked up by city crews. We will start at the park entrance & eventually work our way back towards the soccer field. Please help pass the word on this to anyone who loves Chester Park & would like to be of service.

Thanks for your support.


Thom Storm
Executive Director
Chester Bowl Improvement Club
1801 E. Skyline Dr.
Duluth, MN. 55812-1154
(218) 724-9832

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Chester Bowl Improvement Club
1801 East Skyline
Duluth, MN 55812
phone: (218) 724-9832

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Chester Bowl Improvement Club (CBIC) is deeply committed to providing a diverse, inclusive and respectful environment in the park and in our programs. CBIC is committed to preventing bullying and harassment in our community and expect all program participants to sign our Peace in the Parks pledge. For both employment and access to programs and activities, the CBIC will not engage in discrimination against any person because of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation including gender identity.