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Great Arkansas Clean-Up Targets Village Creek State Park

WYNNE, AR - In observance of the nationwide event "Federal Lands Clean-Up Day," Village Creek State Park in Cross County will host its 19th Annual Great Arkansas Clean-Up on Saturday, September 8.

Individuals, groups and organizations are urged to get involved "and help preserve our public lands by volunteering to help pick up trash at Village Creek," said Park Interpreter Marc Weindall.  There will also be a free picnic and a drawing for t-shirts.

More information is available by calling the Park at 238-9406.

 

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