Mass. Lt. Gov. Kim Driscoll helped to plant a tree during Saturday’s Park Serve Day at Breakheart Reservation.
For two Malden residents, it was a special occasion. Amy Desmond and Marco Casarano spruced up the plants to reintroduce nutrients to keep them healthy.
“We enjoy Breakheart since it was our first date and we’re celebrating our anniversary,” Casarano said.
MA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) Parks Supervisor Brett Power said Breakheart Reservation staff wants to wholeheartedly thank the more than 50 volunteers, who took time out of their weekends to help us beautify and clean up the park.
“With their help, we planted trees, cleaned up litter, mulched our gardens and removed invasive species,” Power said. “We are especially grateful to Lieutenant Governor Kim Driscoll for joining us on Park Serve Day and helping us make Breakheart a more beautiful place for our community.
Governor Maura Healey helped to plant a tree in Malden last Tuesday.