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Watertown High Football Team Participates in Project Green Space

Posted Thursday, October 10, 2013 by Michael Antonellis
 Watertown High Football Team Participates in Project Green Space
Just off an important win against Wakefield, players on the Watertown High School football team gave back to the Watertown community by participating in Project Green Space. In a steady, and at times driving rain on Sunday morning, the team pruned trees and shrubs, eliminated choking vines, raked leaves, and cleaned up a scenic stretch along the Charles River and Greenough Boulevard. Project Green Space is a local organization whose purpose is to improve parks and forrest areas by ensuring the survival of trees and beatifying the community. The Watertown football players took a break from studies and football practice to join Mark Sideris and others in landscaping the space. "The vines are choking back the trees, hurting their growth," said volunteer Ron Tirrell, whose son Eric Tirrell is a starting fullback for the team. The boys and their coaches cleared away a 60 yard stretch of land, opening up the view to the Charles River from the back of the Arsenal Mall and Greenough Boulevard.  

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