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Downtown Greensburg Project seeks volunteers for park cleanup

Jacob Tierney
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Jacob Tierney
Pennsylvania Avenue Park in Greensburg.

The Downtown Greensburg Project will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday by cleaning up the parklet on South Pennsylvania Avenue.

The organization, founded in 2014 to promote the city, is looking for volunteers and donations of plants, mulch and money for the park.

Pennsylvania Avenue Park is nestled between two buildings in Greensburg’s downtown shopping neighborhood.

Volunteers will meet at the park at 9 a.m. Sunday to pull weeds, clean debris and put in new plants.

More information can be found on the event page on Facebook.

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