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Volunteers Still Needed for This Weekend!

Posted on April 24, 2012 by | Comments (1)

Great American CleanupThe Great American CleanupTM is this Friday and Saturday, and we still need volunteers!! Please visit to register for a cleanup site near you. Volunteers are need all across the region.





Check out these sites that still need volunteers and register online to participate:


  • Keep Aberdeen Beautiful
  • Keep Burbank Beautiful
  • Keep Cooper Beautiful

Isle of Wight

  • Tyler’s Beach Waterway Cleanup

James City County

  • James City/Williamsburg Community Center Cleanup
  • Warhill Sports Complex Cleanup
  • Chickahominy Riverfront Park Cleanup
  • Chickahominy Riverfront Park Shoreline beautification
  • College Creek
  • Forest Heights Neighborhood Cleanup
  • JCC General Services Building
  • Jamestown Marina
  • James River Association Self-Direct Trash Program
  • Beautification of Ironbound Square Regional Stormwater BMP

Newport News

  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event


  • RiverFest Recycling Ambassador
  • RiverFest Trash Toss Game Volunteers


  • Keep Poquoson’s Blueways and Byways Clean
  • Pocket Park Spruce-up


  • HHW Recycling
  • Olde Towne Neighborhood Litter Cleanup
  • Port Norfolk Community Litter Cleanup
  • Waterview Neighborhood Cleanup


  • Bennetts Pasture Road Cleanup
  • Joyner Park Cleanup
  • Kings Highway Cleanup

Virginia Beach

  • Norfolk Southern Right-of-Way

York County

  • Charles Brown Park Cleanup


About The Great American CleanupTM: Through the partnership of and Keep Virginia Beautiful, Hampton Roads has been selected as one of 10 national locations for Keep America Beautiful’s2012 Great American CleanupTM National Action Days. The Great American CleanupTM is the largest grassroots community involvement program in the United States. The launch of the Hampton Roads cleanup events, April 27-28, represents the only designated event  in Virginia and will involve hundreds of volunteers transforming local parks, waterways and recreational areas into cleaner, greener environments. As a result of being named a  National Action Days site, cities and counties in Hampton Roads will benefit from a flurry of cleanup and “green up” projects.

Posted in: Beautification, Community events, Reduce reuse and recycle

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