Monthly archive for April 2019

Downtown DuBois Spring Clean-Up freshens up streets

Connect FM – DuBois, PA – Dozens of people hit the streets in DuBois and Sandy Township on Saturday to help clean up litter and freshen up the city. Scotty’s donuts provided some treats for the volunteers, and Danone brought some dairy-free yogurt. Danone also brought more

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4-H Cleanup

Tribune Democrat – Nick and Elaina Smith, members of Cambria County 4-H, pick up trash along Route 160 in Portage on April 28, 2019. The cleaup was part of a community service event for the South Ebensburg group in conjunction with Keep PA Beautiful. Read Entire Article

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Tire recycling event planned for Saturday

Observer Reporter – A tire recycling collection event will take place at the Washington County Fairgrounds parking lot on Saturday, May 18. The event is being hosted by the Washington County Planning Commission, as part of a partnership with Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and Keep Washington County Beautiful.

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Locations announced for spring collections

Tribune Democrat – Keep Cambria County Beautiful, in conjunction with various partnering municipalities, will hold its annual Spring Appliance and Tire Collection. As part of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, the Cambria County Conservation District will host four collections from late April through mid-May. The collections will be held

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Coatesville approves police contract

Lancaster Online – Assistant City Manager James Logan said he will apply for a Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful grant after a citizen complaint of illegal dumping earlier this month. Logan said if successful, the grant would pay for citizen education and cameras so the police department can monitor

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Downtown Lititz’s annual spring cleanup is April 27

Lititz Record Express – On Saturday, April 27, Venture Lititz will host downtown Lititz’s annual spring cleanup as part of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and the Great American Cleanup. The Great American Cleanup is in its 21st year, and is the nation’s largest community involvement programs with over

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