Clean Up Akron Month is coming to an end and while we’re sad to see it wrap up we’ve got plenty to be happy about thanks to all the volunteers who banded together to help create more vibrant communities in Akron!
So far TONS of groups who have volunteered to complete projects, cleaning up areas ALL OVER AKRON. We asked all volunteers to send us pictures of their teams cleaning up..
Have pictures of your group cleaning up? Send them our way! We’ll be posting more pictures to our Facebook Page after Super Saturday!
Speaking of which, on top of all the fabulous volunteer work that’s already happened, we have TONS of groups going out on Saturday like.. Green Clovers 4H Club, Ohio and Erie Canalway Coalition, Preservation Alliance of Greater Akron, West Akron Quality of Life, Kings and Queens of the Most High God, Joint Service Project with Leadership Akron, Torchbearers and Keep Akron Beautiful, Open M, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Bridgestone America’s Tire Operation employees, Robert W. Baird and Co. employees.
Thank you again for all the hard work, your beautification efforts make a HUGE difference!
Did you notice it’s looking a little cleaner around Akron?
We’d like to think it’s thanks to all the volunteers who have helped Clean Up Akron Month get off to a fantastic start!
We’ve had groups going out each weekend to clean up sites like Alexander Park, Hope Academy University, Perimiter of House of the Lord, Davenport Park, Summit Lake, Goodyear Boulevard, Glenwood Triangle Park, Wilbeth Arlington Park, East South Street, Prentiss Park, Patterson Park, Frederick Boulevard, the Kenmore area along the Towpath, Goodyear Metro Park, Youth Build Street, Leeser Park, Lane Field and Lawton Street Community Center.
St. Vincent-St. Mary Baseball team took on the challenge of cleaning up the North Street area near their school on April 2. These boys really put in a team effort to clean and their hard work payed off! The Team picked up over 70 bags of trash!
Here’s the crew from Goodyear cleaning up around Summit Lake. Employees of Goodyear enlisted the help of their family and friends (even the four legged ones!).
We can’t say how much we appreciate all our volunteers! There are more clean up scheduled and we’re looking forward to seeing the results!
If you have any photos of your group during CUAM, please send them our way. We’d love to share your story and congratulate your group for all the hard work!