East Brady's efforts to keep America beautiful

Volunteers Gayle Wright, Hannah Janus, Dominic Walker and Andy Ochs helped gather several bags of litter from along the road as well as the parks and playgrounds of East Brady in an effort to celebrate the annual Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania on Saturday, April 24.

East Brady's efforts to keep America beautiful

EAST BRADY Volunteers in East Brady and from surrounding communities participated in the annual Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania held on Saturday, April 24.

Twenty local volunteers and seven workers from Clarion County Probation picked up over 30 bags of litter along residential streets, State Route 68 and in the parks and playgrounds.

During this event, fencing was repaired along the entrance to the Armstrong Trail and the switchback at the Riverfront Park was cleared.

In conjunction with this activity, Wilson's Tree Removal donated time and equipment to trim bushes and trees at the Fuhrer parklet at the Sergeant Carl Curran II Bridge as volunteers removed debris.

Additionally, Farmer's National Bank provided the use of their parking lot for set-up. The Old Bank Deli donated donuts, cookies and coffee. Bags, safety vests and work gloves were provided by PennDOT.

The event was sponsored by the East Brady Area Development Corporation.