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By Roger Dey

Clean up day prepares Hooper Park for busy summer, additional improvements


Roger Dey

The 'tree planting crew' comprised of Ann McCauley (left front), Richard Flor, Misty Edwards, Audra Zacherl and Victor Johnson fill in the hole around a newly planted bur oak.

Hooper Park officially opened for the season Saturday, as a crew of about 15 volunteers spent the day raking,hauling pine needles, cleaning, sprucing up the campsites and helping plant trees.

Improvements at the park got underway recently, with additional projects slated for later this summer.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted around the country, the park is already seeing quite bit of us...

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