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Clean-up of River Road Church
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Clean-up of River Road Church

New Port Richey, Florida -- Mike Glass of West Pasco Outreach along with Somebody Cares Tampa Bay (Carefest) have come together to volunteer to clean-up the landscaping of the River Road Church at 6131 River Road.

The property will have the lawn cut, trimmed, vines will be removed; bushes and trees will be trimmed. The volunteers will be on the property on Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 8:30am to 12:00pm. Along with the clean-up at the church, some individuals from these groups will be helping two wheel chair bound residents.  No additional volunteers will be needed.

These organizations volunteer their time to help municipal governments like the City of New Port Richey and residents that are need of help with their property. In the past, these groups have helped with cleaning of the Hacienda, installed an irrigation system at the New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatic Center, and painting at Sims Park.  Other organizations such as The Well Worship Center have also helped the City at the Recreation and Aquatic Center with trimming the bushes around the pools; trimmed and pulled weeds from the Butterfly Garden.  The Well Worship Center has also beautified the flower beds at Peace Hall along with cleaning and painting inside of the building.  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has shown interest in a community project as well.  A date will be selected in October or November 2013 to have a day of service in a neighborhood that is in need of rehabilitation.

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