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Cleaning up for Willmar Fests

Willmar Public works seasonal employees Matt Crow, left, and Hunter Mottinger load a maple tree that is in poor condition onto a truck Monday. It's part of the pre-Willmar Fest cleanup at Robbins Island. The festival starts Tuesday and runs to Ju...

Willmar Public Works
Willmar Public works seasonal employees Matt Crow, left, and Hunter Mottinger load a maple tree that is in poor condition onto a truck Monday. It’s part of the pre-Willmar Fest cleanup at Robbins Island. The festival starts Tuesday and runs to June 28. (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

Willmar Public works seasonal employees Matt Crow, left, and Hunter Mottinger load a maple tree that is in poor condition onto a truck Monday. It’s part of the pre-Willmar Fest cleanup at Robbins Island. The festival starts Tuesday and runs to June 28. (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

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