Sometimes it's the little things that can make a place look good, and the city of Parkersburg has some help this summer.
Twelve hard workers, under age 21, are spending part of the summer doing everything from picking up trash to weeding flower beds.
Summer Youth Corps is a government paid program for young people whose parents meet a certain wage criteria.
They've been doing a variety of jobs around the city for about three weeks now.
The program is set to wrap up the first week of August.
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