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211 hours of work by volunteers at HOP Project

 

April 25, 2019

Caleb Vierkant / Wrangell Sentinel

Tawney Crowley, of the Wrangell Sentinel, volunteered at the annual Helping Our Parks Project. She is pictured here installing bird spikes on the baseball field bleachers, to keep birds from roosting on the bleachers.

The third Helping Our Parks Project, according to Wrangell Parks and Recreation Director Kate Thomas, was a huge success. The HOP Project is an annual event organized by the parks and rec department, where volunteers come out to parks around Wrangell and help with cleaning and upkeep.

Thomas said that they saw 61 volunteers at Volunteer Park last Saturday morning. This was on the higher end of the number of volunteers they have seen. In a previous interview, Thomas said that they see between 50 to 60 volunteers every year. City officials, members of the school board, and many other people...



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