Cleanup organized for horseshoe pits

A Richmond District blogger interested in preserving the horse shoe courts in Golden Gate Park, posted details for a clean-up on Saturday for the Coast Live Oak Woodland grove in the area.

The Guardsmen and several other groups who spent their Saturdays digging and hauling were worried the court could turn back to its orginal state after the hot-shot tournament in September.

If this weekend’s a stretch, the Recreation and Park Department has coordinated a similar cleanup on the second Saturday of every month.

Roll-call is always 10 a.m. at the Conservatory of Flowers.

 

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