Spring is almost here. And it’s time to get ready for a ritual of the season—spring cleaning.
Gloucester County Parks, Recreation and Tourism will hold its 12th annual Clean Gloucester Day throughout the county on Saturday, March 26.
Last year, 635 volunteers participated in cleaning Gloucester’s roadsides, and Clean Community Coordinator Sherry Kosakowski is looking for even more this year.
Spring Clean Gloucester Day is part of the county’s lead-up to the Daffodil Festival, which will be held the weekend of April 2.
Kosakowski recommends younger volunteers such as scouts and school groups to stick to public areas such as schools and parks. Anyone under 18 must be under adult supervision.
Groups can select a cleanup location or one can be assigned. Some of the more littered roads are intersections along Route 17.
Participants can drop off their collected litter at the collection center at the Main Street Library. Five other collection centers will be located through...
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