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Locals spruce up Wrangell during Community Clean-Up

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Photo by KSTK News-Wrangell Borough Manager Tim Rooney picks up garbage near the Wrangell Parks and Recreation Building.

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Photo by KSTK News-Sophie O'Brien cleans up the Volunteer Park trail.

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Photo by KSTK News-Austin O'Brien (right) and his daughter Jing (left) picks up trash along a road leading to Volunteer Park.

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KSTK News-Locals clean up Reid Street behind Stikine Middle School.

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Photo by KSTK News-Participants from the Community Clean-Up chow down at the SNO Building after a morning's work.
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