Duluth, MN (KDAL) - The volunteers who helped clean up West Duluth last week may’ve left the Twin Ports, but the fruits of their labor can still be seen. More than 50 teens and adults worked to clean up damage caused by last year’s flood. Pastor Jonathan Lemaster, who was one of the campaign’s organizers, says homeowners in the area were astonished by the project and proud of the outcome. Crews filled two dumpsters with debris from Keene’s Creek. They also cleaned a two mile stretch of Skyline Parkway and planted 500 trees. Each of the volunteers, not only paid their way up to Duluth, but in some cases they took vacation from work for the clean-up effort, which Lemaster says was welcomed by the city. He adds the city was very cooperative and appreciative of the group’s work.