Projects planned for city parks Saturday


A recent service day at the David Williams Memorial Park’s dog park was coordinated by Wilmington College student, Travis Scheadler.

A recent service day at the David Williams Memorial Park’s dog park was coordinated by Wilmington College student, Travis Scheadler.


WILMINGTON — Make a Difference Day is a national day of volunteering, projected to bring more than a million volunteers out into their communities to add capacity in a multitude of ways.

Locally, the Wilmington City Parks and Wilmington College are organizing projects, with opportunities for all ages and abilities on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to noon at Xidas Park and Stuckey Farm Park.

The Wilmington Parks and Recreation Department will provide the tools necessary.

If you have any questions, contact Parks and Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams at 382-4781.

Volunteers can register at http://bit.ly/makeadifference2015 .

A recent service day at the David Williams Memorial Park’s dog park was coordinated by Wilmington College student, Travis Scheadler.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_Dog_Park_Service_5_f.jpgA recent service day at the David Williams Memorial Park’s dog park was coordinated by Wilmington College student, Travis Scheadler.