It was a day of sprucing up Kendrick Park as Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns teamed up with eleven members of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps for a little spring cleaning yesterday afternoon. Employees of the City of Sheridan Parks Division also volunteered their time on Sunday.
The entire park was raked and shelters and bathrooms were given a fresh coat of paint, both inside and out.
The NCCC has been in Sheridan for the past month serving Habitat for Humanity with various projects around town, including completing two homes and tearing another down and recycling much of it to be sold at Habitat’s Restore.
AmeriCorps is a national service program in which members must complete 1,700 hours of service during a 10-month program in exchange for $5,350 they receive to help pay for college or pay school loans.
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