Windsor Villagers rally for their park

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

COMMUNITY volunteers cherish the Windsor Village neighborhood and work to prove it.

NEIGHBORS AT WORK at a mid-April clean-up of Harold A. Henry Park in Windsor Village.

In mid-April, the Windsor Village Association (WVA) hosted a weekend morning park trash clean-up at Harold A. Henry Park. Over the course of an hour and a half, residents filled more than 30 bags — 55 gallons each — with trash, pine needles, pine cones, etc. Volunteers from throughout Windsor Village worked on the project.

BARBARA PFLAUMER (left), president of the Windsor Village Association, and vice president Heather Brel wielded brooms and 55-gallon trash bags with other volunteers at the park.

WVA president Barbara Pflaumer reported: “Although we discovered that we needed more time to complete the undertaking (and sadly lost some of our workers to predictable and understandable conflicts like baseball practice, etc.), we are determined to do it again sometime in the coming months. We have such wonderful residents who take great pride in ‘our’ little city park (where Plymouth Blvd. intersects Francis Ave.), and they are willing to work hard to make our clean-up efforts the successes they always are.”

Tags: , ,

Category: People

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *