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Community clean-up day to help keep Ditto Landing beautiful

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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Huntsville citizens are invited for a community clean-up day at Ditto Landing. 

City of Huntsville Council Member Jennie Robinson, Green Team and the Southeast YMCA are inviting Huntsville citizens to come for the community event on October 22.

Clean-up will begin at 8 a.m. and will last until noon. 

Cleanup efforts include:

  • Removing tennis court fence
  • Painting parking lot spaces
  • Removing ground litter in fishing areas
  • Cutting growth on rocks on main river
  • Blowing off and cleaning off walking trail
  • Cutting growth off trees
  • Cleaning up around bridge
  • Pressure washing tables in campground and picnic areas

Volunteers can register by clicking here or calling the Southeast YMCA at (256)883-9622.

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