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Neighbors on the Mount News

On Saturday, July 14th, the Neighbors on the Mount held another community clean-up project.  This time the intersection of Boggs/Warrington/Rt. 51 was cleaned up and 13 big bags of trash and litter were collected thanks to Mike Carlin, Monica Diel, Mark Benny, and Linda and Kevin Reber.

The next community clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, July 28, 2018.  This clean-up project will focus on the Fireman’s Parklet on Shiloh Street from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm. This project will include a litter pick-up and a weeding of the green space in the park.  Gloves, Trash Bags and refreshments will be provided to all volunteers.

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The Neighbors on the Mount are always looking for more volunteers for the community clean-up projects.  More hands means that more clean-up work can be accomplished in a shorter amount of time!   If you are not able to help physically with the clean-ups, but you still want to help out, we could use some volunteers for some lighter tasks, such as handing out refreshments at the end of a clean-up project.  To volunteer for light duty for the clean-up projects, contact Marian Streiff (streiffm@neighborsonthemount.org).

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Save the Date:

Mt. Washington/Duquesne Heights Community Picnic

Saturday, August 25, 2018

1-6 pm

Olympia Park

Sponsored by the Grandview Lions Club and Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith.  More details to come.

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The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Mt. Washington will host an Art Table during the picnic.

 

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