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Dispensary helps park look ‘perfect’
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Turlock dispensary Perfect Union recently took part in the City's Adopt-A-Park program by beautifying Markley Park. - photo by Photo Contributed

Turlock cannabis retailer Perfect Union has made it a point to give back since opening in town, most recently taking part in the City of Turlock’s Adopt-A-Park program.


Perfect Union adopted Markley Park on June 24, with the dispensary’s staff collecting litter, removing graffiti, trimming trees and painting tables to help spruce up the popular playground. It was the second time Perfect Union has hosted a clean-up at Markley Park since November, and the dispensary has committed to four clean-up and beautification projects over the next year.


“We are committed to keeping our customers and communities healthy and thriving,” said Perfect Union CEO David Spradlin. “Public parks empower residents to get more exercise and fresh air, build relationships with their neighbors, and celebrate life with their families, so we’re proud to do our part in keeping Markley Park beautiful.”


A sign was unveiled at Markley Park during the clean-up which proudly displays Perfect Union’s logo as part of the City’s Adopt-A-Park program. Mayor Amy Bublak was on hand for the event, and commended Perfect Union for their dedication to the community.


“An investment in public parks is a long-term investment in the vitality of our community, so we appreciate Perfect Union’s dedication to keeping Markley Park a safe and beautiful place,” said Bublak. “This partnership exemplifies our city’s mission to celebrate community spirit and foster civic responsibility, and I’m grateful to the residents, businesses and organizations that sustain Turlock’s Adopt-A-Park program.”


In addition to park clean-ups, Perfect Union has also hosted blood drives in the community, donated toys to the fire department during Christmas time and, most recently, hosted a fundraiser for Second Harvest Food Bank which collected over $2,500 for the local nonprofit.


For more information on the City's Adopt-A-Park program, visit