Clean Gloucester Day held on Saturday, March 16, brought out more than 600 volunteers throughout Gloucester County to remove unsightly litter from our County roadways and parks. While reports are still coming in, we can call the day an overwhelming success! From Gloucester Point to Glenns, concerned residents were out in force to remove bottles, cans, plastic bags and cigarette litter as well as much larger items (a bicycle frame, an ice chest, and a baby swing!).
Litter is a year-round challenge that motivated church groups, scouts, and civic organizations to join together and make a difference in the appearance of our home. Be inspired by these good citizens to dispose of your trash properly, keep a litter bag in your car and clean up around your neighborhood. If you’re ready to clean up a spot, remember that cleanup kits, including litter grabbers and safety vests, are available to check out from both Gloucester libraries using your library card...
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