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Volunteers clean up Hennepin Canal lock

Published: Monday, April 28, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST
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Aaron Potts (left) and Firehouse of God pastor Brian Tribley raise a hose so a car can pass Saturday afternoon at the Hennepin Canal. A group, organized by the ministry, spent the day cleaning the lock and canal area.
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Callie Tribley watches as the gutter vents are cleared out Saturday morning on the second street bridge in Rock Falls. Volunteers, organized by the Firehouse of God Ministries, helped clean the lock of the Hennepin Canal as other groups throughout Rock Falls worked to help pick up the area along the canal.
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Alderman Jim Schuneman power washes the lock on the Hennepin Canal in Rock Falls. Groups throughout the city organized Saturday to help clean up different areas.
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Girl Scout troop 333 member Emma Foster, 9, picks up trash along the canal in Rock Falls Saturday morning as part of a volunteer effort.

Volunteers, organized by the Firehouse of God Ministries, helped clean the lock of the Hennepin Canal on Saturday as other groups throughout Rock Falls worked to help pick up the area along the canal.

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