Volunteers Give Lagoon Park Facelift

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By Alabama News Network

Volunteers from Home Depot, Maxwell Air Force Base, the Montgomery Running Club,and Montgomery Multi-sport trimmed branches and picked up trash.

It's part of an effort to beautify the park and make it more inviting for people in the Montgomery area.

Volunteers also cleared trees to help create a fitness trail at the park.

They say they will also train other volunteers so they continue to provide regular maintenance to the facilities.

 

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