Keep Bristol Clean 30th Annual Town Wide Cleanup

Posted by chelsey

Keep Bristol Clean will be hosting its 30th annual town wide clean-up event on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, commencing at the Town of Bristol Public Works Department located at 111 Mt. Hope Avenue, Bristol, RI.

One of the goals of the day is to bring together residents, businesses and groups to join the community as volunteers with a common goal to clean up the parks, schools, streets and parking lots of litter and recyclables.

The day starts at The Department of Public Works Building at 9:00 a.m. with coffee and doughnuts during sign-in, followed by assignments and instructions. Garbage bags, rakes and gloves will be provided.

If you are a group or individual interested in volunteering for the April 28th event or a business who would like to assist with sponsorship of this important community event, please contact event organizers Chelsey Barton-Karnes or Kimberly Bennett at 401-253-4100 x402 or via email at cbarton-karnes@bristolri.us.

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