Cadet members of the World Mission Society Church of God  to remove a broken low-hanging pine tree limb, carrying it to a debris pile Sunday, March 15, .2015, during the annual “Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover” at Hornets Nest Park in Charlotte. More than 50 volunteers raked leaves and debris, removed broken limbs, picked picked up sticks and put out mulch during their Sunday cleanup.
Cadet members of the World Mission Society Church of God to remove a broken low-hanging pine tree limb, carrying it to a debris pile Sunday, March 15, .2015, during the annual “Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover” at Hornets Nest Park in Charlotte. More than 50 volunteers raked leaves and debris, removed broken limbs, picked picked up sticks and put out mulch during their Sunday cleanup. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Cadet members of the World Mission Society Church of God to remove a broken low-hanging pine tree limb, carrying it to a debris pile Sunday, March 15, .2015, during the annual “Worldwide Environmental Cleanup Campaign for the Passover” at Hornets Nest Park in Charlotte. More than 50 volunteers raked leaves and debris, removed broken limbs, picked picked up sticks and put out mulch during their Sunday cleanup. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Charlotte’s Hornets Nest Park gets cleaning

March 15, 2015 09:50 PM