skies and not a drop of rain in sight. A perfect day to pick up trash. Jeremiah
and his sons were among the nearly one hundred volunteers picking up garbage
After the volunteers were done filling up their trash bags, they left them on the side of the road. At that point, organizers collected at least three hundred bags from this group alone. Do the alone. Do the math, with twenty locations that's nearly six thousand trash bags picked up today.
And for the workers, most agree. A cleaner city means a potential boost in business.
Demus says "we're aiming for a stronger business community. One that is viable, prosperous, works together, and anchors all of these neighborhoods together to function as one great piece of the city."
Volunteer Dana Schmidt says "to get more people to come to the west side would be great and have a lot more business cause we have some great businesses here already.
After a hard day's work, it was time to enjoy a cookout.