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Love Valley Home, Oakdale Events Slated

POSTED April 2, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Volunteer clean up effort, Love Valley Home, is slated for April 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

With the community’s help, it will be a success and make a great difference.

The Valley Home School and Park Committee are joining together. Residents are asked to consider participating in projects either on the school campuses or the community park. Bring a lunch, beverages will be provided. For questions or to sign up, call Rolanda at 847-0117.

Valley Home Schools Projects

Repair benches on Pioneer campus: Benches need to have the wooden planks replaced. Holes drilled and placed in position. A sealer would need to be applied.

Repair chain link fence on Texas campus: Need to replace bent tubular steel fence posts with new. This requires cementing new posts in place to match existing spacing. Then reattach and stretch existing chain link fencing. Equipment needed.

Pull weeds: Both campuses need weeds removed in planters. Please bring trash bags.

Repair cable on Pioneer campus: This cable exists on the side of the gym. The lock needs to be reattached by welding.

Community Park

Pull weeds: Weeds need removing around the park and in the planters. Please bring trash bags.

Refinishing Benches: Benches need sanding and resealing.

Horseshoe pit: Bring shovel and hoe to dig out pit.

Mow: Mow the lawn.

Meanwhile, Oakdale community residents are also being encouraged to come lend a helping hand on Saturday, with a number of projects being planned for the Love Oakdale effort. More information about the specific projects and how to get involved is available by visiting the website, LoveOakdale.com or by calling 1-937-OurTown (1-937-687-8696).

Oakdale and Valley Home join other area communities, from Modesto to Escalon to Riverbank, in hosting the community service day.

 

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