Partner Event: Community Cleanup at Shepherd Parkway
- Shepherd Parkway 555 Newcomb Street Southeast Washington, DC, 20032 United States (map)
Start your summer on a high note by getting outside and giving back to your local community. The Committee to Restore Shepherd Parkway is hosting a cleanup on June 11 in Washington, DC. Gloves, bags, and water will be provided. Wear boots, full-length pants, and clothes you won't mind getting dirty.
No need to register. Meet at the picnic area near the corner of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Avenues SE at 11 am.
For more information, please contact Nathan Harrington at 301-758-5892 or email@example.com.
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