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Riverwalk Committee seeks volunteers to enhance Hanson Pines with new benches

The Rochester Riverwalk Committee, in collaboration with the Recreation Department, is planning to improve Hanson Pines by repairing existing benches and installing new ones. The project is scheduled to take place throughout the month of June. Volunteers are invited to contribute their time and effort.

Prospective volunteers are encouraged to contact Jennifer Marsh, City Staff Liaison, via email at Jennifer.Marsh@rochesternh.gov. According to Marsh, volunteering is an excellent opportunity to make a positive impact in the community and help enhance the beauty and functionality of Hanson Pines.

Volunteer work will be divided into three sessions, each taking place on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. The first session on June 10th will involve preparatory work, followed by the second session on June 17th, which will focus on installation. The final session on June 24th will be dedicated to finishing the project.

Volunteers will meet at the kiosk in Hanson Pines, where they will receive further instructions and assignments. For general inquiries or to learn more about volunteering, contact Jennifer Marsh at Jennifer.Marsh@rochesternh.gov or call (603) 335-7522.

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