Every Saturday morning a group of volunteers (visitors and locals alike) come out and make an effort to clean the beach at Morgan Pond
Morgan Pond was a passion for the late John Lydgate who spent hours pulling driftwood and debris from the water so keiki had space to swim.
Many of the present-day volunteers share stories about how they came to be involved because of a chance meeting with John Lydgate as he walked around picking up trash in the park.
Many still talk about his passion for the park and the vision he had to bring the community together through the playground, play bridge, beach, pavilions and more.
This group meets weekly, 8:30 am near the lifeguard tower in front of Morgan Pond. All are welcome to come out and join in and stay to talk story after we work.
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