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Photo gallery: CDC landscaping project

| Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 2:18 p.m.
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Above, Penn Hills Lawn & Garden Center owner Jayme Visnesky helps Penn Hills Community Development Corporation members landscape a county right-of-way near the top of Rodi Road. The project was a partnership between the CDC and the Penn Hills Rotary. Public-works crews delivered free leaf mulch, White Hawk Cafe provided water for the volunteers, and Vigliotti Landscaping also pitched in.
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Penn Hills Community Development Corporation volunteers Evan Klein, Mark Pushcar and Laura Camberg Pushcar work on a landscaping project near the top of Rodi Road.
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CDC volunteer Ed Zullo takes a break to pose for a photo during a landscaping project near the top of Rodi Road.
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Evan Klein, Mark Pushcar and Laura Camberg Pushcar take a break from the landscaping project to pose for a photo.

Volunteers from the Penn Hills Development Corporation worked on a landscape proejct in a county right-of-way near the top of Rodi Road earlier this month. The project was a partnership between the CDC and the Penn Hills Rotary. Public-works crews delivered free leaf mulch, White Hawk Cafe provided water for the volunteers, and Vigliotti Landscaping also pitched in.

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