Kids clean up Seton Falls Park

It's hard to imagine anyone working outside in today's scorching heat, but that's exactly how kids from the Summer Youth Employment Program spent their morning.



Over 70 youngsters from the program showed up at Seton Falls Park on Tuesday to help clean up the trails.



Park officials say the trails in the park were overgrown with weeds and shrubs.



The kids were joined by Councilman Andy King, the Natural Resource Group and other community members.



King says he was impressed by the children's dedication to the cleanup effort.



The cleanup lasted approximately two hours.



 


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