The City of Plainview, in conjunction with Operation: Serve, will be participating in the 4th annual City-Wide Cleanup Day.

The event will be held Saturday, June 30th from 9 am to 5 pm.

From The City of Plainview:

Opportunities range from baking/cooking, sewing, and visiting assisted living centers, to yard work, house clean-up, small maintenance repairs, and other odd jobs that citizens in Plainview may not be able to physically or financially complete. Volunteers spend the day working on these various projects and are encouraged to utilize this experience as a “springboard” for continual involvement in the community. (As well, arrangements are in place to return if the work is not completed that day.)

Volunteers will meet at First United Methodist Church (1001 W. 7th Street) at 8:00 am for breakfast and to receive instructions about their job duties. All volunteer jobs will begin by 9 a.m. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all volunteers participating in the event.

Also, the City of Plainview will provide large roll-off containers for dumping and encourage all citizens to take the opportunity to clean up their own property. Locations include Broadway Park (101 SE 1st Street) and First United Methodist Church (1001 W. 7th Street).

So get out there and help make Plainview a better place to live and work!

For more information on the event, you can call Melinda Brown at 806-293-1119.

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