Shout out and heaps of gratitude to the National Park Service for selecting the Pennsylvania Reservation trail in Glass Farm as an MLK Day of Service Project this year.

With the help of a hearty and hardworking team of volunteers from McCallie School, Baylor School, the Southeast Conservation Corps, and Glass Farm neighbors, a very cold morning was made much warmer by coming together for a common purpose.

The crew cleaned up the wooded trail off the Pennsylvania Reservation that sits on the corner of Glass Street and Campbell Street and leads up to Sherman Reservation on Lightfoot Mill Road. Their morning included clearing away invasive plants from the Pennsylvania Reservation and cleaning up and hauling off several bags of trash from the trail.

It’s amazing that our neighborhood sits at the foot of a National Park! We appreciate the effort it takes from all of us to keep it cleaner, safer and more inviting.

CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS!
National Park Service photos
Southeast Conservation Corps photos
Good Neighbor Network photos