UPPER DUBLIN, PA — The annual “Day of Service” in the township this year will focus on improving an area damaged by Hurricane Ida in September.
The SPARK sports complex in upper Dublin was one of the facilities in the township that was hit by high winds created by a tornado spawned by Ida this fall.
On January 17, during the “Day of Service” program held annually on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, volunteers have the opportunity to get out and help clean up debris and trash that has been strewn around the fields. SPARK during Ida.
Gloves and trash bags will be provided and those interested in helping out will meet at the SPARK Complex at 10 a.m.
The complex is located at 725 Susquehanna Road in the Fort Washington section of the township.
Anyone interested in participating can register here.
Upper Dublin Township was one of the hardest hit communities in Pennsylvania after Hurricane Ida hit the area.
The roof of the complex that houses government offices and police operations was ripped off, and private homes and other municipal facilities suffered extensive damage.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf toured Upper Dublin and other communities in Montgomery County on a visit days after Hurricane Ida passed through the area.
The SPARK Sports Complex, which is the focus of the MLK Day cleanup, is a sports park that contains multipurpose synthetic turf fields and a walking path, according to the township.