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Volunteers Needed to Help Complete Marietta Community Dog Park
Posted on: 11/02/2012
By  Mike Cullums
Marietta Community Dog Park leader Teresa Hayes says big strides have been made toward completing the dog park, near the site of the old city pool in Jackson Park. Volunteers have been working since August 29 to make the dog park a reality.  
Now, Hayes and friends are asking for people to come out tomorrow (Sat., Nov. 3) from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM to complete the fencing project.  
They especially need someone to donate the use of a small tractor to enable the crew to stretch fence around the perimeter of the park. The metal fencing will attach to the interior of the wood fence to prevent dogs from escaping the off-leash area.  
Volunteers will also hang gates, attach signage, seed grass, put down pavers, plant shrubs, and more. You're  invited to pitch in for half an hour or all three hours - any help is appreciated.   
For more information call Teresa Hayes at 350-6249 or e-mail:    
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