Posted by Jerry Kraus on Jul 05, 2019
It was Central New York Conservancy's annual "Clean Up the Park Day" and Utica Rotarians were there.
Volunteers from the Rotary Club of Utica wielded rakes, shovels and trowels to participate in the Central New York Conservancy’s annual ‘Clean Up the Park Day’ at F. T. Proctor Park in Utica on Saturday, June 17.
The day’s work included unearthing, cleaning and rehabilitating a long-neglected historic stone staircase plus grooming the areas of the lily pond, bath house, park pathways, streams and the parking lot. Special thanks also to Notre Dame High School’s NJROTC cadets and the Utica DPW.
Rotarians rehabilitate stone staircase
Some members of The Rotary Club of Utica pose for a photo while working to rehabilitate the historic stone staircase at F.T. Proctor Park. From left: Deb Burke, Joe Caruso, David Bagley and Elizabeth Nassar.