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Salisbury Clean-Up Day Looking For Volunteers

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SALISBURY, MD - Community officials are organizing a cleanup day to keep one local city beautiful. The Great Salisbury Cleanup Day on Saturday, April 13th is seeking volunteers to take a few hours out of their day for fun and service. As the weather warms up, and more time is spent outside, the greater the need to eliminate litter from streets, gutters, parks and other properties in Salisbury.

On the day of the cleanup, Habitat for Humanity will be hosting a Block Party for Church Street area residents at their 200 Naylor Street property from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. Hot Dogs and refreshments will be available, along with information about Habitat programs and other services in the community. Questions about the Block Party, can be directed to Alex Delaney at Habitat 410-546-1551.

The Boy Scouts have volunteered to clean the City Park, and The Chamber's Eastern Shore Business Leadership Network volunteer sign-up sheet is at full capacity for the spring spruce-up! If interested in participating, you can provide a team or volunteer on a team to help clean up litter around the City. The volunteer form is available from the Chamber of Commerce. 

You can do your part now by making an effort to clean around your properties, both residential and commercial to keep the community beautiful and appealing to visitors and everyone who resides in the area.

Salisbury Clean-Up date is sponsored by sponsored by the Beautification Committee of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. Call 410-749-0144 more information.

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