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Susan Zaric, left, and Michelle Wallace enjoy one of the perks of working for Nanaimo Parks, Recreation and Environment, which includes spending time outdoors on a sunny spring afternoon.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Susan Zaric, left, and Michelle Wallace enjoy one of the perks of working for Nanaimo Parks, Recreation and Environment, which includes spending time outdoors on a sunny spring afternoon.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Susan Zaric, left, and Michelle Wallace enjoy one of the perks of working for Nanaimo Parks, Recreation and Environment, which includes spending time outdoors on a sunny spring afternoon.

Zaric and Wallace were part of a crew pruning plants and clearing away winter’s debris at Chinese Memorial Gardens Park on Stewart Avenue Tuesday.

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