EDWARDSVILLE, Ind. — The sixth annual Edwardsville Cleanup project, which includes trash pickup and landscape maintenance, is scheduled to take place April 29, with a rain date of May 20.
The cleanup project will take place from 9 am. to 12 p.m. Volunteers are invited to meet at Garry E. Cavan Park at 8 a.m. for registration, donuts/juice and location assignments. After the cleanup, the project will wrap up with lunch and door prizes at 11:30 a.m.
Equipment, such as tools and gloves, will be provided. Volunteers are asked to dress appropriately for weather and outdoor work. All volunteers will receive a complimentary t-shirt. Individuals and groups such as schools, churches, scouts, etc., are welcome to participate. This project meets community service obligations for individuals and tax incentives are available to organizations with teams of 10+ people such as storm water tax credit.
The sixth annual Edwardsville Cleanup’s theme is Make Room to Bloom! Students at local schools had the opportunity to enter artwork for the logo. Landry Rice, a 5th grade student at Highland Hills Middle School, is the winner of this year’s logo contest. Landry was awarded $100 and is congratulated for her winning logo entry by ESC committee member, Joseph “P.J.” Moore.
Caption for photo: Landry Rice Wins Logo Contest for Edwardsville Cleanup Project