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Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who gathered in the town of Troy for a day of voluntary service include, front from left, Shawn Ward, Jason Ward, Garrett Hacking, Joshua Searle, Shayla Hacking and Grant Hacking; second row, Jackson Searle, Tyler Hacking, Jeremy Searle, Julia Ward and Kaylen Ward; back Bishop Tyler Hacking, Miya Hacking, Leilani Hacking, Bryan Watson, Jacob Searle, Kimberly Searle, Brandon Searle, Jesse Ward and Brandi Ward. Submitted photo

Mormon Helping Hands does park cleanup work

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More than 90 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered at Glover Park in the town of Troy for a day of voluntary service Saturday, Sept. 10. The church's Hudson Ward, which includes members from as far north as New Richmond and Amery and as far south as River Falls, cleaned up the park as a part of a much larger program called "Mormon Helping Hands."

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