Two sites cleaned up during His Hands Day of Service

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Volunteers of all ages lent a hand to His Hands Day of Service.

Outdoor spring cleaning was done at Tayamentasachta and Enoch Brown Park during His Hands Day of Service organized by local members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday, April 22.

The group cleaned the flower beds and helped beautify Tayamentasachta, the Greencastle-Antrim School District’s Environmental Center, according to Matt Hurley, president of the Chambersburg Stake of the church, who lives in Antrim Township.

The work helped ready Tayamentasachta for the 45th annual Cumberland Life Festival on Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20, when Greencastle-Antrim Middle School eighth-graders will spotlight the 1800s.

The crew at Enoch Brown Park also did general clean up and weed pulling.

Both sites really look nice after the effort, which was shortened by rain, noted Hurley. He said a number of local churches had activities on April 22, but he hopes other churches, groups and will be able to join the annual day of service in the future.