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Saturday, May 09, 2009
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

RiverSweep

Ohio Canal Corridor's annual, environmental awareness and clean-up initiative. The event partners multiple non-profit organizations with private companies to clean areas along the Cuyahoga River Valley and its tributaries.

Mark your calendars for the 20th Anniversary of RiverSweep, NE Ohio's largest done-in-a-day environmental cleanup!

SATURDAY, MAY 9th from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

Locations for 2009 will include:

Tremont - Scott, 216-575-0920Ohio City - Abe, 216-781-3222Morgana Run - Jacob,216-429-1182Mill Creek Falls - Marlane, 216-429-1182The Flats - Tanya, 216-520-1825Treadway Big Creek/ Old Brooklyn - Lori, 216-459-1000Train Avenue./Stockyards/Clark Metro - Matt, 216-272-5926Parma/West Creek - Colby, 216-749-3720Indpendence - Tanya, 216-520-1825

More information here, or call 216-520-0920 to volunteer.

Ohio Canal Corridor's annual, environmental awareness and clean-up initiative. The event partners multiple non-profit organizations with private companies to clean areas along the Cuyahoga River Valley and its tributaries. Mark your calendars for the 20th Anniversary of RiverSweep, NE Ohio's largest done-in-a-day environmental cleanup! SATURDAY, MAY 9th from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon Locations for 2009 will include: Tremont - Scott, 216-575-0920Ohio City - Abe, 216-781-3222Morgana Run - Jacob,216-429-1182Mill Creek Falls - Marlane, 216-429-1182The Flats - Tanya, 216-520-1825Treadway Big Creek/ Old Brooklyn - Lori, 216-459-1000Train Avenue./Stockyards/Clark Metro - Matt, 216-272-5926Parma/West Creek - Colby, 216-749-3720Indpendence - Tanya, 216-520-1825 More information here, or call 216-520-0920 to volunteer.

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