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New fence goes up at Boedy park

Perham Rotarians cut down trees, picked up branches, raked leaves and installed a cedar rail fence at Boedigheimer Park earlier this month as part of a club clean-up project.

Rotary clean-up project
Pictured, left to right, are Rotarians Whitey Schuett, Jim Rieber, Dick Kennedy and Bryce Anderson. Deb Spiczka/FOCUS

Perham Rotarians cut down trees, picked up branches, raked leaves and installed a cedar rail fence at Boedigheimer Park earlier this month as part of a club clean-up project. 

Rotary encourages its members to put “service above self.” The club previously erected the picnic pavilion at the park, located just north of Dean’s, and plans to add a walkway through the park in the future. 

Materials for the fence were supplied by the park board.

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Tony Stoll, Mike Parta and Mark Tomsche help set up the new fence at Boedigheimer Park. Deb Spiczka/FOCUS

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