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HARVARD — Harvard Park, now three years old, is preparing for its annual spring clean-up. The Harvard Parks and Recreation Commission is organizing a community clean-up day at Harvard Park. The commission asks that you set aside a few hours on Saturday, April 22, to help clean up this family recreation area.

There are many things to do such as spreading fiber, installing new equipment, refinishing tables, repairing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible nature trail and much more.

Come from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Snacks and refreshments will be served. While some equipment will be provided, bring along a shovel, rake, wheelbarrow or any other useful tools you may have.

For information or to sign up call Charlotte Winchell at (978) 456-3536 or e-mail charlotte.w.winchell@dartmouth.edu, or call Jim Lee at (978) 456-3122 or e-mail j_lee@dfci.harvard.edu.

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