Green Clovers spruce up skate park
Shown below are members picking up trash around the area.
Club members also hauled away a sofa left at the site. Shown at bottom are Noah Lanz, 15, at left, and Jared Sager, 17, carrying it away.
The Green Clovers 4-H Club was started 11 years ago by Julia Sager and her husband, Mike Sager, who serve as club advisers. They are pictured at right helping out at the event.
Participants are shown posing above.
— By Maria Lindsay
|Photos: Krista Galloway|
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