Partner Event: Community Cleanup At Shepherd Parkway
- Picnic area 555 Newcomb Street Southeast Washington, DC, 20032 United States (map)
Did you know? Clean parks are essential not only for animals, plants, and our rivers, but also for human health and community development! Get your hands dirty for our local community by helping to restore Shepherd Parkway in Southwest DC!
What to bring: Boots and full length pants. Dress for the weather and be prepared to get dirty! Gloves, bags, and water are provided.
Volunteers meet at the picnic area near the corner of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X avenues.
For more information:
Contact Nathan Harrington at 301-758-5892 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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