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Service Hour Opportunity

posted Sep 27, 2018, 12:06 PM by Patricia Misyak-Peters



NOVEMBER 3, 2018

Howell Township Clean Communities will be hosting our annual

"Clean Sweep", November 3rd 2018

This year’s cleanup is in conjunction with the International Coastal Cleanup.

Last year’s event was a huge success and we are expecting an even bigger turnout this year. Volunteers will meet at Town Hall at 9:30am for registration. Groups will be given a designated road to clean conducive to the children’s age along with gloves, bags and safety vests. Groups will return at approximately 12:30pm for a volunteer appreciation lunch.

This is a program that helps to keep our neighborhoods "clean and green". The Clean Communities Program is looking for scouts, families, sport teams, church groups, business’; anyone who would like to volunteer just a couple of hours to make a difference in their neighborhood. All are encouraged to get involved within their community to keep a "clean and green" neighborhood. We are cleaning roads that are heavily traveled and hit hard with trash. Clean Communities is also interested in businesses cleaning and possibly adopting a jug handle.

All interested parties should contact Laurie Dunwoody at Town Hall (938- 4500 x2452) or by email

Please register by October 20, 2018

For the Adopt-a-Road groups, please make arrangements to have supplies picked up earlier in the week. Supplies can be dropped off at Town Hall after your cleanup. Thanks for your cooperation.