Topton ‘Takes Back Our Park' at Brandywine Bullets Boardwalk Park

Patriot photo by Scott Weldon Take Back Our Park Night June 7 at the Brandywine Bullets Boardwalk Park in Topton. There was a lot of support and a great turn-out throughout the day.
Patriot photo by Scott Weldon Joey, 6, son of Jeff Dorio of Topton, shows off his climbing skills during Take Back Our Park Night June 7 at the Brandywine Bullets Boardwalk Park in Topton.

The Brandywine Heights Community group hosted Take Back Our Park June 7 at the Brandywine Bullets Boardwalk Park in Topton.

Take Back Our Park Night included a kickball game, wiffle ball game, basketball game, bake sale, refreshments available for purchase, and music. The event is intended to promote other upcoming group events and generally help raise awareness for the Brandywine Heights Community group, created to address the growing concerns about the prevalence of heroin and similar narcotics within the district.

Their next meeting will be held on July 9 in the Brandywine Heights Middle School auditorium at 6:30 p.m.

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Visit www.bhctaskforce.org for more information.