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Saturday, June 04, 2011
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

13th Annual Big Creek Watershed Clean Up

Assistance is needed in two locations:1. Brookfield Park, Brookfield Avenue - Between Bellaire & W. 130th2. Brooklyn City Fire Department - 8400 Memphis Avenue, Brooklyn OhioJoin the Friends of Big Creek in this clean water initiative. Help us protect our local streams and Lake Erie. Refreshments will be provided for volunteers!Dress for the weather. Wear long sleeves and pants. Boots or work shoes are recommended. Bags and some work gloves will be provided. Children under age 18 must have adult supervision.For more information:Amy Roskilly, Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District 216/524-6580, ext. 22Rachel Napolitano, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation 216/671-2710Bob Gardin, Friends of Big Creek 216/269-6472Event Sponsored by:Friends of Big CreekCuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictBellaire-Puritas Development CorporationCity of ClevelandCity of BrooklynCleveland MetroparksCity of Cleveland - Water Pollution ControlAmerican RiversNortheast Ohio Regional Sewer DistrictMartin Sweeney, Cleveland Council President, Ward 18Martin Keane, Cleveland City Council, Ward 19Assistance is needed in two locations:1. Brookfield Park, Brookfield Avenue - Between Bellaire & W. 130th2. Brooklyn City Fire Department - 8400 Memphis Avenue, Brooklyn OhioJoin the Friends of Big Creek in this clean water initiative. Help us protect our local streams and Lake Erie. Refreshments will be provided for volunteers!Dress for the weather. Wear long sleeves and pants. Boots or work shoes are recommended. Bags and some work gloves will be provided. Children under age 18 must have adult supervision.For more information:Amy Roskilly, Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District 216/524-6580, ext. 22Rachel Napolitano, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation 216/671-2710Bob Gardin, Friends of Big Creek 216/269-6472Event Sponsored by:Friends of Big CreekCuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation DistrictBellaire-Puritas Development CorporationCity of ClevelandCity of BrooklynCleveland MetroparksCity of Cleveland - Water Pollution ControlAmerican RiversNortheast Ohio Regional Sewer DistrictMartin Sweeney, Cleveland Council President, Ward 18Martin Keane, Cleveland City Council, Ward 19

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