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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Duke Energy Volunteers Help Highland Park Trails Come "Alive"

Fort Thomas Firefighter, Chris Rust, carves a wood sculpture from his chainsaw on the Highland Park Trails. 
Duke Energy and some Fort Thomas resident volunteers took to Highland Park on Friday, June 7 to clean up the trail system.

Resident Jeff Mohr, with Duke Energy, organized the day in which 30 Duke energy employees turned out with heavy equipment, shovels, chainsaws and a lot of gravel to help beautify the trail system at Highland Park and make it more user friendly.

Mohr said that the group was able to get a lot accomplished in two days in preparation for a possible 5K trail run in the fall. He said that there will likely be another event to help prepare the trails further.

Fort Thomas Firefighter, Chris Rust, used his chainsaw to add more wooden tree sculpture features throughout the trails.

See more pictures of the event below:

Fort Thomas resident and Duke Energy employee, Jeff Mohr, welcomes the crowd. Mohr helped to organize the event. 

A visitor to Highland Park. 

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