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Clean up a success



There was gorgeous weather last Saturday, April 27, for the annual Cedar Creek Clean up.

About 40 people split into groups and cleaned up areas along Northland Drive, 17 Mile along the creek, Main Street, and other areas. “It made a substantial difference,” noted City Manager Thad Taylor. “It’s great to see people engaged and wanting to come out and beautify their community.”

Besides bags of trash being picked up, the e-waste trailer was also filled to the brim.

Volunteers received a special t-shirt, with the winning logo created by Lily Fulkerson, a 6th grade student at Creative Technologies Academy.

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