Volunteers clear trails at John A. Phillips Park

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Middlesex County’s Fall Trails Day included trail maintenance and building, collecting trash and managing against the spotted lantern fly at the John A. Phillips Park & Preserve in Old Bridge on Nov. 6. The county parks staff and Youth Conservation Corps were assisted by the Edison Metro Lions Club, the Sayreville ROTC, the East Brunswick Lions Club and the Highland Park Lions Club.PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS 
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Middlesex County’s Fall Trails Day included trail maintenance and building, collecting trash and managing against the spotted lantern fly at the John A. Phillips Park & Preserve in Old Bridge on Nov. 6. The county parks staff and Youth Conservation Corps were assisted by the Edison Metro Lions Club, the Sayreville ROTC, the East Brunswick Lions Club and the Highland Park Lions Club.PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS 
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PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS

Middlesex County’s Fall Trails Day included trail maintenance and building, collecting trash and managing against the spotted lanternfly at the John A. Phillips Park & Preserve in Old Bridge on Nov. 6.

The county parks staff and Youth Conservation Corps were assisted by the Edison Metro Lions Club, the Sayreville ROTC, the East Brunswick Lions Club and the Highland Park Lions Club.