Monday, April 8, 2013

Brownsville Community Clean Up Day

It’s beginning to look a lot like spring, and it’s time for our community to get together and make our town look beautiful.  BARC’s annual cleanup will be held on April 27th 2013 from 9am to 3pm.  Participants will remove litter from our streets, and clean an illegal dumpsite near downtown Brownsville.  Throughout the cleanup a volunteer will be stationed in Snowdon Square to direct community members to the cleanup sites.  Lunch will be provided by Georgio’s Pizza, Fox’s Pizza, and drinks from McDonalds.  Appalachian Coal Country Team Members Sara Goots and Jamie Brackman will be supervising the event, sponsored by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and the Great American Cleanup.  You can register in advance by calling the BARC offices at 724-785-9331.

An illegal dump site has developed around the Dunlap Creek, and participants will remove as much trash as possible from its banks.  Restoring the Dunlap Creek is part of wider redevelopment efforts from the Brownsville Borough and The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Fayette.  Dunlap Creek is one of the key features of the Brownsville Area High School Student in Action Team’s redevelopment plan “Operation Falcon Revitalization.”  BAHS students from the environmental science club will be encouraged to attend by faculty member Kathy Lacek.

In the event of inclement weather, a rain date is scheduled for May 5.

Posted on behalf of Dreamweaver Marketing Associates.  Joyce Kane is the owner of Cybertary Pittsburgh, a Virtual Administrative support company, providing virtual office support, personal and executive assistance, creative design services and light bookkeeping.  Cybertary works with businesses and busy individuals to help them work 'on' their business rather than 'in' their business.

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