Fall Clean Gloucester Day will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday.
“It’s looking pretty good,” Clean Community coordinator Leslie Bowie said Tuesday about anticipated turnout of volunteers to clean up roadways, ditches and public places throughout the county. She said about 200 people had already signed up—and many people often just show up the day of a cleanup without preregistering.
Bowie said a number of local organizations, including Boy Scouts, church groups, civic groups and Baystars soccer will take part. Some have cleaned up the same area for several years, she said, noting that besides many roads and ditches, groups will clean up Beaverdam and Gloucester Point Beach parks.
“We have good coverage,” Bowie said of groups signing up from the low county to Ark and beyond. Many areas of Gloucester are slated for cleaning.
Volunteers can pick up bags and other supplies at two staging areas: in Main Street Center by the Gloucester Library a...
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