Nashville, TENNESSEE – According to the state officials, the Radnor Lake State Park will have an event Friday, June 17 and another on Friday, June 24.
More information can be found here and all participants must register on the website.
Activities for the workday at various parks include cleanup, removing invasive plants, landscaping, trail work, spreading mulch, and painting. Participants are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing for the work and bring items such as water, snacks, and sunscreen.
Tennessee Promise provides students the chance to attend tuition-free any of the state’s community colleges, colleges of applied technology or other eligible institutions offering an associate degree program.
One of the requirements to maintain eligibility is to complete eight hours of community service.
The parks also accept help from any other volunteers who wish to participate.
More information here.
This is a developing story and it will be updated as new information become available.
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