PAINESVILLE, Ohio - Painesville residents will soon be visited by a group a volunteers who will work to improve their neighborhood.
Volunteers will help construct State Street Park located at 384 South State Street on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012.
Dozens are expected to lend a hand mulching, planting flowers, building picnic tables, installing water gardens and benches, as well as trash and recycling receptacles.
The effort is part of NewsChannel5's Building Better Neighborhoods Initiative .
The event is being coordinated by The city of Painesville and Western Reserve Community Development Corporation.
The volunteer team will be led by NewsChannel5 anchor Danita Harris and reporter Stephanie Ramirez.
Volunteers can work shifts from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Volunteers will check in at State Street Park, located across from 355 South State Street.
Anyone interested in signing up to volunteer can contact Jennifer Bell at email@example.com or 440.392.5803.
Materials and cash donations for the project are being accepted by the city of Painesville.
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