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NEWTON COUNTY, GA – District 3 Commissioner Alana Sanders and the Newton County Bicentennial Committee, along with Keep Newton Beautiful, are hosting a community cleanup in District 3 providing service to the community during the 200th year of Newton County.
Throughout the year, each District Commissioner is hosting a cleanup as an act of service in honor of the County being chartered in 1821. The cleanup for District 3 will be June 12, beginning at 9 a.m. at the Newton County Sheriff’s Office Westside Precinct, 3612 Salem Road, Covington.
“Coming together as a community to make sure that where we reside is clean and pleasing to not only the residents but to those that visit the area is a blessing,” Sanders said. “COVID-19 has reunited many communities and our neighbors are getting more involved.”
Individuals and groups of any size are welcome to help cleanup. The cleanup is a great activity for families, civic clubs, fraternities and sororities and business, church, neighborhood, schools and other groups.
To participate, register at keepnewtonbeautiful.org, email email@example.com or call Keep Newton Beautiful at 770-784-2015 for more information. Registration will allow time for volunteers to pre-pack the free T-shirts and cleanup supplies for each person in the cleanup group.
“The cleanup on June 12 is not about making sure our District is clean but that we did it together as one; because we care about the environment and the presentation of our area,” Sanders said. “Neighbors, I encourage you to come out and let us, “Keep Newton Beautiful,” together starting in our District.”
For more information about Newton County, please visit www.ncboc.com, like Newton County, Ga on Facebook or follow on Twitter at @NewtonCounty or Instagram @NewtonCountygov.