Lions Clean Burney Civic Park

On Saturday April 23, Lions were sighted in Burney Civic Park. Not mountain Lions, not four-legged canivores.

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park - photo by Jim Glaser

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park – photo by Jim Glaser

No, it was service-minded members of the Burney Lions Club hard at work with rakes and a bull-dozer cleaning up the pine needles and fallen debris.

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park 2 - photo by Jim Glaser

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park 2 – photo by Jim Glaser

Located just off Highway 299 between Timber Drive and Cedar Street, Burney Civic Park is a great place for tourists visiting or driving through Burney to stop for a break or a nice afternoon lunch.

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park 3 - photo by Jim Glaser

Burney Lions cleaning Burney Civic Park 3 – photo by Jim Glaser

It’s also a pleasant place for Burney residents to take the kids to play, or just to go and while away the time sitting peacefully beneath the Ponderosa pines. The park is also listed as a geocache location.

Thanks Lions for helping to maintain the park.

 

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