Joseph park improvements mark first year

Paul Wahl

Wallowa County Chieftain

Published on May 15, 2018 2:37PM

Last changed on May 15, 2018 2:50PM

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Penny Arentson, (L) who helped spearhead the drive to fund the new Joseph City Park Playground talks to two volunteers during the Saturday, May 12, Joseph Playground Volunteer and Donor Celebration. “It was a real nice turnout with a lot of hands and things were done earlier than we expected,” she said. The group put up donor plaques and sanded and stained all the benches and picnic tables and other wooden equipment among other maintenance tasks to prepare the playground for the coming summer.

Steve Tool/Cheiftain Penny Arentson, (L) who helped spearhead the drive to fund the new Joseph City Park Playground talks to two volunteers during the Saturday, May 12, Joseph Playground Volunteer and Donor Celebration. “It was a real nice turnout with a lot of hands and things were done earlier than we expected,” she said. The group put up donor plaques and sanded and stained all the benches and picnic tables and other wooden equipment among other maintenance tasks to prepare the playground for the coming summer.

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Joseph Charter School teachers Marla Dotson, left, and Megan Smith aren’t preparing to play this outdoor xylophone, they’re staining it for the summer’s use at the May 12 Joseph Playground Volunteer and Donor Celebration.

Steve Tool/Chieftain Joseph Charter School teachers Marla Dotson, left, and Megan Smith aren’t preparing to play this outdoor xylophone, they’re staining it for the summer’s use at the May 12 Joseph Playground Volunteer and Donor Celebration.

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