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VOLUNTEER FOR VOLUNTEER MARSH


Volunteers for VOLUNTEER MARSH - join us to clean up this neglected marsh, near the historical Desjardins Canal in the east end of Dundas. Meet at the entrance to Martino Memorial Park, King Street East between Olympic Drive and East Street, Dundas.For more information about Volunteer Marsh, please follow this link.

If you are available to assist with removing debris and litter from this area, home to nesting turtles and other wildlife, please contact Randy Kay at 905-525-9140 ext. 26026 or e-mail dundastard(at)gmail(dot)com

CLEAN UP DATE is SATURDAY, APRIL 10 at 11am

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