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Work parties help community members give back

Bellingham Parks and Recreation hosts weekly volunteer opportunities

Volunteer Karen Grove removes the invasive species with gloves as other volunteers do the same around her.
Volunteer Karen Grove removes the invasive species commonly known as Himalayan blackberry from East Meadow Park Jan. 28 in the Samish neighborhood. "I just wanted to get involved helping our community and to get to know the parks," Grove said. (Trenton Almgren-Davis/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kelton Burns News Intern
Volunteers at East Meadow Park were busy removing invasive plants, spreading mulch and planting Satu
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