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Wichita Falls City-Wide Clean Up

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The City of Wichita Falls, Keep Wichita Falls Beautiful and Be Clean and Green Wichita Falls are calling all residents of all ages to lend a hand in the "Let's Keep Wichita Falls Beautiful!"

This event is a city-wide cleanup scheduled for this Saturday, April 6th.  Everyone who is participating will meet at the Lucy Park Pavilion between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to pick up trash bags and review a list of roadways and lots throughout the city that needs cleaning.

Rachel Brown, member of Keep Wichita Falls Beautiful said, "This is a great way for families, organizations and caring individuals to show their pride in the beauty of our City."

Brown also said, "A proud city is a clean city and a clean city is good for business growth, economic development and tourism. Help us to make this the biggest one-day cleanup in the history of Wichita Falls. Any assistance is greatly appreciated."

For additional information and to pre-register please contact Rachel Brown at 940-569-0090 or by email at brown.rachel82@yahoo.com.

Volunteers should wear jeans, gloves, boots, and a bright colored shirt.

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