PHILADELPHIA — With more than a half-million visitors each year, Fort Washington State Park needs all the volunteers it can get to assist in maintaining the park’s environment and its natural beauty, according to Chestnut Hill Local.
The park is asking volunteers of all ages to attend its annual Volunteer Day on Saturday, April 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and lend a hand in readying the environment for the warm seasons ahead, Chestnut Hill Local reported.
Duties include planting trees, raking leaves, trash cleanup, assembling picnic tables and other springtime projects, Chestnut Hill Local explained. The park will supply the tools and trash bags, and all volunteers need to bring is a pair of garden or work gloves.
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