Saturday Volunteers Cleaned Schwenksville Meadow Park

SCHWENKSVILLE PA – Volunteers turned out Saturday (May 21, 2022) at Schwenksville’s Meadow Park and adjacent borough hall, 300 Main St., for a spring clean-up (at top, above and below) of both properties. The group of workers included familiar faces from Borough Council meetings: President Chris Melville, Vice President Lee Ann Miller, and Borough Manager Dan DeMeno.

Saturday Volunteers Cleaned Schwenksville Meadow Park

The group was scheduled to spend about three hours at the task. Some picked up small twigs and branches in the park, many of them downed by recent rains. It was slightly soggy work, as puddles remained along the paved trail and in a few low-lying areas. They also weeded beds filled with flowers and bushes, adding to their appeal.

Saturday Volunteers Cleaned Schwenksville Meadow Park

Particular care was given to planted tributes recognizing volunteers who donated their time and talents over many years to improve life in the borough. They included former council member Todd Larsen and fire company Chief and Fire Marshal Jim Keyser.

The temporary borough office, located in a mobile facility on the north side of borough hall while flood-related building renovations continue there, will be closed May 30 (Monday) for the national Memorial Day observance. Borough Council’s next regularly scheduled meeting is planned for June 9 (Thursday) at 7 p.m.

Saturday Volunteers Cleaned Schwenksville Meadow Park

Photos by The Post