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    GALLERY: Moor Park REVISED - Staff photo by Amy Calder | of | Share this photo

    Kim Ragsdale and Dylan Kay shovel cedar mulch Saturday. At Moor Street Playground in Waterville. Kay’s hip-hop group founded the Get Filthy Foundation, which raises money and spearheads projects like the one to fix up the South End park. Ragsdale, of Farmington, is one of the organizers of Saturday’s effort.

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    More than 50 volunteers as well as workers from The Home Depot clean Moor Street park sponsored by the Get Filthy Foundation in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Dawson Lizotte, 6, left, shovels mulch in to a bucket held by Matthew Woodard, center, during a clean-up effort at Moor Street park organized by the Get Filthy Foundation in Waterville on Saturday.

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    More than 50 volunteers donated time along with donated supplies and food from The Home Depot and Cappza’s Pizza to help clean Moor Street park organized by the Get Filthy Foundation in Waterville on Saturday.

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    Logan Toothaker, 9, climbs on the metal ladders as volunteers with Get Filthy Foundation clean up Moor Street park in Waterville on Saturday.

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