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Tamaqua volunteers revitalize old street

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published July 09. 2010 05:00PM

Members of the Tamaqua Volunteers, a Tamaqua community initiative group, as well as surrounding community members spent many hours cleaning and revitalizing an old un-named dirt road and community area near the intersection of West Broad Street (SR-209) and North Lehigh Street in Tamaqua. Volunteers pulled weeds, picked up litter, raked, cut tree limbs, trimmed hedges, removed old steel poles, and removed abandoned furniture. Some volunteers pictured removing abandoned concrete pieces, from left, are Tamaqua Volunteers members Dee Tice, Kyle Otto, 14, Brett Sell, 10, Alexis Tice, 10, and Damian Thomas, 11. Some dedicated volunteers not pictured are Tamaqua Volunteers members Kate Lueders, Breanna Thomas, 7, Jeff Weaver, and Lori White.

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