The family of Sean LeBlanc, Boy Scout Troop 61, and the Saugus River Watershed Council invite you to join us for a volunteer community service day to clean up and improve Prankers Pond in Saugus on Saturday, June 19th, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
This special event is being held in memory of Sean LeBlanc who enjoyed Prankers Pond and spent many volunteer hours working to improve the area. Sean developed the concept and plan for this Prankers Pond Community Service Day as part of a college class. His goal was to bring people together to make a difference in their community.
In an effort to continue Sean's excellent community work, volunteers will gather together to help clean up the park, plant trees and flowers, and spruce up the benches that Sean installed next to the pond as his Eagle Scout project. Gloves, tools, trash bags and lunch will be provided for volunteers. This event will be held rain or shine.
Special thanks to the Saugus Department of Public Works for assistance with trash removal, Knights of Columbus for providing parking, and the Saugus Tree Committee for donating trees.
Directions: As a courtesy to the neighbors, all volunteers are asked to park at the Knights of Columbus, 57 Appleton Street, Saugus. From Route 1, take Route 129/Walnut Street exit toward Lynn, take right onto Central Street, take right onto Appleton Street and follow to Knights of Columbus.
No RSVP needed, simply join us on the 19th. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-233-5046.