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.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Save the Date:
Mt. Washington/Duquesne Heights Community Picnic
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Sponsored by the Grandview Lions Club and Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith. More details to come.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Mt. Washington will host an Art Table during the picnic.