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Interact & Rotary on yard duty

WEED LOVER? Not really, but Oak Ridge Junior Erik Jordan did keep this whopper close until he reached the garbage can.
WEED LOVER? Not really, but Oak Ridge Junior Erik Jordan did keep this whopper close until he reached the garbage can.

FIXING IT UP —€” Chelsea Edinger, an Oak Ridge senior, rakes up the whacked weeds in the yard. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Dozens of Oak Ridge High School Interact Club and El Dorado Hills Rotary members teamed up with Rebuilding Together Sacramento on Saturday, April 30, to help a homeowner in need.

The team cleaned up a monstrously overgrown yard — pulling weeds, cutting down tall grass, tossing broken pots and moving plants to make the space much more navigable and easy to care for.

Rotarian Mike Russell oversaw the project, which lasted all day. When the sun set the homeowner had a fresh start.

WEED LOVER? Not really, but Oak Ridge Junior Erik Jordan did keep this whopper close until he reached the garbage can.

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