The Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association is partnering with Allegheny CleanWays and Comcast to host a litter and illegal dump clean up in Stanton Heights in conjunction with Comcast Cares Day. The event will kick off at 8:00 a.m. with registration, coffee and a light breakfast provided by Comcast. Please join us and share this invitation with your neighbors!
WHO: Stanton Heights community members, Allegheny CleanWays and Comcast
WHAT: Clean up of litter and illegally dumped items
WHEN: Saturday April 21, 2012 9:00 am – 12:00 noon; rain or shine
WHERE: Stanton Ave. and Woodbine St.—site of the proposed community park
WHY: A safer, more beautiful neighborhood
CONTACT: Michael Sturges, Allegheny CleanWays Board member/Stanton Heights resident
Full Press Release Here
Here’s your chance to take pride in Stanton Heights and show our community that we care about how our neighborhood looks.
The Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association invites you to go outside and clean up your block and nearby blocks as your time, your back, and your energy permit.
Within just a few minutes, you’ll likely fill a plastic grocery bag. Then, feel free to fill a second bag, or even a third bag. With lots of us helping, we’ll make a huge difference. If your street is clean, consider helping to clean some of the entranceways to Stanton Heights, or consider cleaning your sidewalk and street.
The Department of Public Works will pick up litter Saturday in front of Sunnyside Elementary School; both intersections of Stanton and Woodbine; and near the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall.
Please store other bags in your garbage can until it’s time for trash collection, and then wash up. (If it’s raining the morning of April 24, please take part at some other time during Earth Week.)