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Gov. Wolf Encourages Residents to “Pick Up Pennsylvania”

Governor Wolf’s Newsroom – Governor Tom Wolf today encouraged residents to help reduce litter by joining the statewide “Pick Up Pennsylvania” campaign of community cleanups running through May 31. The governor also invites everyone to learn about litter’s negative impacts and state efforts to reduce this scourge

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Keep America Beautiful to Engage Millions of Volunteers, Beautify and Unify Communities through Great American Cleanup

Intrado News Wire – STAMFORD, Conn., March 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, will launch its 23rd annual Great American Cleanup® (GAC) on Saturday, March 20, the first day of spring. The GAC, which continues through June 20, will

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Community cleanup program in Chester County underway

Daily Local News – DOWNINGTOWN — A community improvement initiative in Chester County opened to the public on March 1 and will continue through May 31. This annual initiative offers registered participants free trash bags, gloves, and safety vests provided by support from the Pennsylvania Department of

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Lunchtime Lessons: Community Cleanups 2.0 (Free, Virtual)

West Philly Local – Philly’s Spring Cleanup will feel different from the large community events of the Before-Times. So, how can you make an impact in your neighborhood without a big cleanup? Keep Philadelphia Beautiful shares five solo beautification project ideas for Spring (teaser: only one involves

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Lunchtime Lessons: Community Cleanups 2.0

Patch.com – Philly’s Spring Cleanup will feel different from the large community events of the Before-Times. So, how can you make an impact in your neighborhood without a big cleanup? Keep Philadelphia Beautiful shares five solo beautification project ideas for Spring (teaser: only one involves a trash

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Falls Twp. Plans To Fight Litter

LevittownNow.com – The Falls Township Board of Supervisors are asking residents to help clean up. During their Monday evening meeting, Supervisors Chairman Jeff Dence called for township staff to work to organize litter cleanups and encouraged residents to put trash in the proper place. Read Entire Article

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