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Community Dog Park Needs Volunteers for Saturday Fencing Project
Posted on: 11/13/2012
By  Mike Cullums
 
Organizers of Marietta’s community dog park hope that enough people will pitch in to allow the fencing work to be completed this Saturday. Putting up fence around the two-acre site is labor-intensive, and that’s why the call is going out for more help.
 
Volunteers will gather at Jackson Park off Cisler Drive at 9:00 a.m. Saturday. Organizers say a three-hour work session should be enough to complete the fencing project. Volunteers need not commit to the entire three hours.  

A community dog park was planned by and is being built by volunteers, with support from several individual and business partners.  The city donated the land. Other work remaining to be done includes hanging pedestrian, dog and equipment gates.   
 
The project also would benefit from tax-deductible donations, which may be made to the Marietta Community Dog Park, in care of the Marietta Community Foundation, P.O. Box 77, Marietta.
 
For information about the dog park contact coordinator Teresa Hayes at 350-6249 or city councilman Roger Kalter at 373-1784.
 
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