PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
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LORI WARDEN, stands with a shovel as members of the Placerville Kiwanis gather in Duffy Park in Placerville for a day of service to the community. The Placerville Kiwanis Club, its Key Clubs, Builders Club and Aktion Club joined nearly 600,000 volunteers around the world to provide a day of hands on service to the local community Saturday April 6. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

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Duffey Park completed

By From page A1 | April 12, 2013

Saturday, April 6, George F. Duffey Park was the site of a huge community collaboration as members of the Placerville Kiwanis Club, Kiwanis Key Club, Kiwanis Aktion Club, Kiwanis Builders Club, members of Placerville City Council, city staff and neighbors of the park banded together to ready it for opening.

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