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Helping put bark in new park
School club aids Bark Park in prepping for opening
Members of the Richmond Hill High School Interact Club spent Saturday helping to make sure the Bryan County Bark Park opens in October as planned. - photo by Provided

Twenty-five members of the Richmond Hill High School Interact Club along with advisor Adam Balduff and members of the Bark Park board spent Saturday helping to ensure the Bryan County Bark Park opens in October.

The Interact Club is an outreach of The Richmond Hill Rotary Club who recently gave a grant towards the building of the handicapped access sidewalk at the park.

The students spread several dump truck loads of mulch donated by Coastal Electric Cooperative and performed a general clean up the Bark Park, which is currently under construction at Henderson Park.

Wendy Bolton, President of the Bryan County Bark Park, said "This wonderful group of students worked very hard at this crucial time and demonstrated once again how much community support we have for the Bark Park. Fence installation is expected to begin this week and we are excited that after so much hard work our vision will be realized soon."

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