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August 15, 2014

Volunteers needed for Burchett Park clean-up

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Volunteers are needed for a clean-up at Burchett Park as part of the annual 9/11 Day Of Service To Remember to be held on September 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shifts are available.

Deanna McLaughlin with join Rita Arancibia in sponsoring the event.

The Park is located off of Dover Road between Donna  and Roselawn Drives.  Burchett Park is in a neighborhood where many Fort Campbell soldiers and their families live.

The project will include pavilion repairs, painting of playground equipment, painting of parking lot spaces, removal of old landscape timbers, spreading pea gravel in the playground areas, and general park clean up.

Work to be done includes:

  • Removal of old landscape timbers
  • Weed removal around playground equipment
  • Painting of playground equipment
  • Painting of parking lot lines and handicap parking spots
  • Painting of picnic pavilion posts
  • Spreading out pea gravel in play ground area
  • General park clean up

Volunteers should bring  work gloves, bug spray and drinking water

To sign up, visit the Burchett Clean-Up site online.

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