Friday, 15 June 2012 01:24

Amador County Park Restoration Project is reaching an end in Volcano

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Amador County – Adam Dalton this week reported that the work of the Amador County Park Restoration project is reaching an end in Volcano, with support from local residents of the area, in the project led by Dalton and the Jackson Band of Miwuk Indians.

Dalton said the tasks are too numerous to list, and people should “come see this amazing transformation” of Volcano for themselves.

The people of Volcano have been so good to the work crew, he said, extending appreciation to Richard and Tom for work help and Debbie Dunn “for continually feeding and taking such good care of our crew.” Appreciation was also due to the Union Inn Restaurant, which provided fresh, hot meals on many occasions, with more generosity than he could have imagined.

Another supporter, Bobby Wurm volunteerd time and effort and was “a true brother to my family,” Dalton said. He also thanked Ruth Gottstein of the Upcountry paper, “who wrote a very nice story about my family.”

Dalton thanked the wonderful folks of Volcano for their friendship and support. He said: “I hope that what we’ve accomplished here together has created many wonderful memories and will help make a difference in your lives, because it surely made a difference in ours.”

Story by Jim Reece This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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