4/2/2010 WDEL VIDEO: Spring clean-up at Talley Day Bark Park
The beautiful weather draws dozens to the annual Spring clean-up at the Talley Day Bark Park in Talleyville.
WDEL's Amy Cherry was there.
Man's best friend and their faithful masters work hard on this picture perfect Friday spreading mulch to preserve their favorite place.
County Council Bob Weiner (R-2nd District) organizes the volunteer efforts, and he says without the good people of Wilmington, this dog park would have likely fallen to budget cuts during these tough economic times.
Deborah Hufnell and Helen Lowry of North Wilmington says they come to the Bark Park every night. They say it's their favorite place in the world, and they're happy to help keep it clean.
County Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month
"I am grateful for Bob's decade-long support for the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, which follows Philadelphia Pike and Market Street into Wilmington. His presence and influence at the birth of our Delaware organization to develop this trail and to have it designated as a National Historic Trail was a key factor in keeping our hopes for the trail alive and growing."
Ralph D. Nelson, Jr.
2009-10 Chair of the W3R-US and W3R-DE
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