I’ve stated in previous posts that how we look matters. The city only improves when all things get better for all of our citizens. The trash and debris around our city has gotten worse over the winter months. It’s time to get back to work on cleaning the city up.
In the previous post, I laid out some of the efforts being made by the City to improve the look of the city this year. Saturday, April 23rd, you can do your part to help us clean up the city!
Keep Middletown Beautiful will have their annual Earth Day clean up on Saturday, April 23, 2016, from 8 a.m. to noon. For a full listing of activities and volunteer locations, see the link below.
Volunteers should arrive at 8 a.m. at the following location:
One Donham Plaza Middletown (Main lobby)
All volunteers working that day will be given a shirt when registered. Gloves and garbage bags will be given to volunteers . Dump trucks and dumpsters will be in strategic locations and volunteers can put bags in the trucks.
All volunteers (with a KMB shirt) are welcome to join KMB in the lobby of the city building to eat lunch immediately following the community clean up at 12:00.
Children 14 and under must be accompanied with parent or guardian.
Also, you may organize a group before the day of the event to clean up anywhere throughout the greater Middletown area. Please contact executive director Jeff Michel at 513-465-2675 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please have volunteer registration sheets filled out for participating volunteers and provide volunteer shirt size for each member of your group. Please take photographs of the group working that day or a group photo. Tally the total number of volunteers and roughly how many hours they all worked.
Work with us to clean up our city and take pride in Middletown. We hope to see you on April 23rd.