Newport Public Services Department’s Clean City Program invites Newport area residents and friends to volunteer for one of the many cleanup events happening for Newport’s 2017 Earth Day celebration.
The Clean City Program will be picking up items collected from the cleanup events listed below. Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation is waiving disposal fees associated with litter collected during Earth Day cleanups.
The City of Newport’s Earth Day events will take place on Saturday, April 22nd, all residents are invited to participate in any of the scheduled cleanups. Become an active part of your community by volunteering at one of the following events:
If interested in volunteering, Clean City advises that you contact each group directly if you are interested in participating in their area clean-up:
2 – The Friends of the Waterfront invites volunteers to join them in the annual Earth Day Cleanup at King Park. Contact Johanna Vietry at Info@NewportWaterfront.org or (765)307-1216 for all details.
4 – Save The Bay & Pruitt Chiropractic invite you to help clean up Easton’s Beach, 175 Memorial Blvd. To volunteer, contact Save The Bay in advance at email@example.com or (401)272-3540 x130 for all details.
5 – Women’s Resource Center, Park Holm Saturday Club, Youth Leadership Group and The Met School will be cleaning Miantonomi Park. Please contact Elizabeth Fuerte at firstname.lastname@example.org or (401)835-4235 for all details.
7 – The Off Broadway Neighborhood Association and Newport Rotary invite you to help clean up the Off Broadway neighborhood and Equality Park. For details and to volunteer, contact Ellen Nichols at (401)864-0372 or Donna Maytum at email@example.com .
8 Old Colony & Newport Railway will be cleaning up along the railway, where they run scenic, narrated train trips. To volunteer, please contact Jack Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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