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Brainerd Northside Neighborhood Association will host ‘Spring Into Action’ project

Meet at the center of Gregory Park to participate in small cleanup and landscape projects, appropriate for all ages.

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Brainerd Northside Neighborhood Association will host “Spring Into Action,” a northside beautification project for north Brainerd parks and streets, from 1-5 p.m. Monday, May 30.

Meet at the center of Gregory Park to participate in small cleanup and landscape projects, appropriate for all ages.

If desired, participants may bring their own gardening gloves and tools. Along with the projects, Wondertrek Children’s Museum will offer age-appropriate activities for kids. Light refreshments will be served.

Brainerd Northside Neighborhood Association is a nonprofit community-based organization encompassing all residents, businesses, nonprofits and faith communities residing within the north area of the city of Brainerd.

This project is made possible due in part from a Brainerd Community Action grant.

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