ATLANTA, Ga. -- Saturday morning featured community service with a scoop of politics.
At the 25th annual Hands On Atlanta Day there were a couple guests helping to clean up two urban parks in the Old Fourth Ward.
Hands On Atlanta Day was created 25 years ago by a group that included none other than Senate candidate Michelle Nunn. It was started as a way for thousands of volunteers to give back to their community. But Saturday, it served as a campaign event for Nunn who had a little help from the Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden.
"She is someone who has devoted her life to public service and that's why I'm so excited to be with her today," Biden said during the event.
Biden and Nunn joined volunteers, who helped spread mulch at a park on Boulevard in downtown Atlanta.
Nunn said Saturday was about service, not politics, and didn't answer questions.