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CPF, local students cheer up weeping willows

Mikayla Wishart, left, Kristen Wishart, Wade Elliott, Kaitlyn Hill and Mackenzie Elliott take a moment from volunteering to pose for a photo, Aug. 11 at the willow patch off of Mill Street.

Mikayla Wishart, left, Kristen Wishart, Wade Elliott, Kaitlyn Hill and Mackenzie Elliott take a moment from volunteering to pose for a photo, Aug. 11 at the willow patch off of Mill Street. Janet Elliott

— The willow patch off of Mill Street is no longer weeping, thanks to the handful of Cazenovia varsity crew rowers and their siblings.

On a sunny Aug. 11, the kids volunteered their time to help clean up the overgrown weeds and grass, clear away fallen branches, trim the willow branches and expose the view of the wetland area.

It is student volunteers like these, which makes it possible for the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation to be successful in their efforts in preserving and maintaining trails, as well as, allowing the community the pleasure of using those trails.

CPF thanked all of the volunteers for their hard work done on the willow patch, as it is radiating its artistic beauty once again.

Janet Elliott is a staff member for the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation. She can reached through the organization's website, cazpreservation.org.

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