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Clean and Clear Five Points South 2.0
May 20 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Clean & Clear Five Points South is a quarterly cleanup event in partnership with area stakeholders. From trash collection to clearing sidewalks and greenery efforts, this is your day to give back to Five Points South.
Recap from the March 25th Clean and Clear Impact Report
• 38 Volunteers
• 114 Volunteer Hours
• Over 1400 ft of sidewalk/alley cleaned and cleared
• Collected over 1500lbs. of trash
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Check-in is from 9am to 9:30am on the front patio at The J Clyde. [NOTE: we will leave together as a group at 9:30am] Target areas and task;
• Cobb Lane – clean shrub beds, tree trimming, weed removal and etc.
• 14th Ave from Cobb Lane to Phelan Park – clear sidewalks, tree trimming and meeting neighbors along the way
At check-in, you’ll receive your assigned cleaning area. All we need you to bring is the manpower and the following; gloves, shovels, cutters and rakes. Trash bags and pick up sticks will be provided.
Anyone! From church members to area residents and merchants, we’ll find a place and tasks for everyone. Sign up as an individual or gather a team.
The day will end at The J Clyde for lunch with neighbors. All volunteers who helped out for the day will get 50% all items on the menu as a Thank You from owners at the J Clyde.
Volunteers can register to participate by clicking the following link:
“Volunteering for Clean & Clear we hope will become a staple for residents, visitors and business owners,” James Little, Neighborhood District Manager for REV Birmingham, said. “There are always many projects and needs to tackle … and we hope to see how much our community can get done during these events.”
“It’s a great opportunity for area residents, visitors and businesses to explore the area while giving some TLC, “Little said. “Also, if anyone in the community notices a troublesome spot—litter, graffiti, etc.—we can add it to the list to address during the next during Clean & Clear.”
We hope that beautification efforts like this will help to create a higher quality of life by attracting visitors, residents, reduce crime, encourage new businesses, new residents and create pride in neighborhood that we live, work and worship.