Kevin Lee, left, 15, of the El Capitan High Leo Club, and Matt Bollinger, 25 of Merced, in red, use their shovels to break through the hard Merced dirt so they can plant new vegetation, at the Merced Amtrak Station on Saturday. Michael Belluomini headed up the project which included volunteers from the city, the El Capitan Leo Club, the Clampers fraternity, and other community volunteers.
Kevin Lee, left, 15, of the El Capitan High Leo Club, and Matt Bollinger, 25 of Merced, in red, use their shovels to break through the hard Merced dirt so they can plant new vegetation, at the Merced Amtrak Station on Saturday. Michael Belluomini headed up the project which included volunteers from the city, the El Capitan Leo Club, the Clampers fraternity, and other community volunteers. cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com
Kevin Lee, left, 15, of the El Capitan High Leo Club, and Matt Bollinger, 25 of Merced, in red, use their shovels to break through the hard Merced dirt so they can plant new vegetation, at the Merced Amtrak Station on Saturday. Michael Belluomini headed up the project which included volunteers from the city, the El Capitan Leo Club, the Clampers fraternity, and other community volunteers. cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com

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