Community Association plans cleanup session Saturday

In preparation for summer events, the Fall City Community Association will run a two-hour cleanup session Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. at the Raging River Riders park benches across the street from the Raging River Cafe. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help spruce up the city for Fall City Days, the float season, and the arrival of the Honkers baseball team June 7.

  • Friday, May 29, 2015 7:44pm
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In preparation for summer events, the Fall City Community Association will run a two-hour cleanup session Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. at the Raging River Riders park benches across the street from the Raging River Cafe. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help spruce up the city for Fall City Days, the float season, and the arrival of the Honkers baseball team June 7.

Equipment will be provided, but hats and gloves are recommended. Volunteers will be asked to help pick up trash, clear weeds and debris from the pedestrian path, cut grass, pull weeds, resetting rocks and guide logs along trails, river access cleanup, graffiti cleanup and raking sand.

 

 




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