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If you hate litter as much as we do, you are going to want to join us for the City’s semiannual litter cleanup.
Find your boots, round up your friends, and sign up for the Burleson Trash Bash slated for Saturday, April 21.
All you need is a commitment of two hours, 9 a.m.-11 a.m. and a strong dislike of trash.
Volunteers of all ages meet at Warren Park, 301 S.W. Johnson Ave. (across the street from the library) at 9 a.m. to get their trash bags and litter picker uppers. Then you will head out to remove litter and debris from retail corridors, waterways, drainage channels, streets, parks, and other public areas. Youth participants are enthusiastically welcomed, but must have adult supervision.
Then stick around and celebrate Earth Month with us. There will be a raffle, activities booths and more at Warren Park until 3 p.m. Even if you didn’t pick up litter you are still welcome to join us for the celebration.
You are going to great some great cardio and you are going to feel so good, just like Mother Earth does after you rid her of the litter.