I want to thank the four people that participated in the Cowtown Community Cleanup on March 27 for our neighborhood: Linda Scott, JoAnn Green, DeSorrow Golden, and Tim Hess. We picked up 6 bags of trash from the front entrance of the neighborhood. It was decided that would be the only area we would clean up due to the low turn out of people. We ask that each person do their part in helping to keep the streets in our neighborhood clean.
As many of you may have noticed in the January water bill was an announcement of the Cowtown Community Cleanup. It was agreed at the January meeting that we would be a part of this cleanup. This event was formerly the Great American Cleanup. It is scheduled for Saturday, March 27, 2004 from 9am to noon. Our goal is to cleanup the entire neighborhood. For more information check out Fort Worth’s web site at http://www.fortworthgov.com/dem/ctccu2004.htm. If you want to help out you must fill out a volunteer form. We will have forms available at the next two NA meetings. If you are unable to attend the meetings contact one of the officers to get a volunteer form or download a form from Fort Worth’s web site above or by clinking here.
As a part of this event Fort Worth residents can get rid of old computers, printers and other small electronics at Computer Roundup Day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 27, 2004, at the Environmental Collection Center located at 6400 Bridge St., near I-30 and 820, in east Fort Worth.
WHAT: Cowtown Community Cleanup Campaign WHEN: Saturday, March 27, 2004 9:00 A.M. - 12 P.M. WHERE: Meet in the park on Sandybrook Dr. GOAL: To make our community a little nicer to live in BRING: TRASH BAGS, GLOVES, RAKES, WHEELBARROW, ROLLING TRASH CANS, SCOOPERS AND ANYTHING ELSE you can THINK OF TO MAKE THIS A LITTLE EASIER
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