Raleigh Parks and Recreation sod-renovation crew supervisor Jeff Bryant, center, oversees the placement of strips of fresh rolled sod on June 17, 2015, by a Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department employee and a teen from the Raleigh Summer Youth Employment Program, right.The half-acre multipurpose field at Chavis was closed to public use for the sod renovation project earlier in June and will reopen Aug. 1, according to Bryant.
Raleigh Parks and Recreation sod-renovation crew supervisor Jeff Bryant, center, oversees the placement of strips of fresh rolled sod on June 17, 2015, by a Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department employee and a teen from the Raleigh Summer Youth Employment Program, right.The half-acre multipurpose field at Chavis was closed to public use for the sod renovation project earlier in June and will reopen Aug. 1, according to Bryant. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Raleigh Parks and Recreation sod-renovation crew supervisor Jeff Bryant, center, oversees the placement of strips of fresh rolled sod on June 17, 2015, by a Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department employee and a teen from the Raleigh Summer Youth Employment Program, right.The half-acre multipurpose field at Chavis was closed to public use for the sod renovation project earlier in June and will reopen Aug. 1, according to Bryant. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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