Volunteers and donations are needed for the Second Annual Lower Southampton Township “Team Up To Clean Up Day” to be held on Saturday, May 3rd, from 9:00am to 12:30pm.
According to Carol Drioli, zoning officer for Lower Southampton Township and Clean Up Day event chairperson, “The Board of Supervisors recognizes the fact that township residents and businesses take great pride in their families, homes and the community-at-large and want to maintain its “All American” appearance throughout.”
“In addition,” Carol notes, “ last year’s clean up day was so successful that we decided to make it an annual thing. Our residents and business owners really enjoyed it and felt it was most worthwhile and totally beneficial to our community.”
On the list of sites targeted for clean up are highways, parks and ball fields, common areas, grassy areas, basins, recreational facilities and others. The township is also looking for businesses to donate supplies, food, coffee, drinks and teams of volunteers. “Youth groups, Scouts, seniors, families and individuals who care can also be part of this year’s volunteer effort,” Carol comments.
Clean Up Day additionally will offer residents and businesses an opportunity to take advantage of a shredder and also may bring old and worn out electronic devices to the township building at 1500 Desire Avenue in Feasterville for proper disposal.
Team Up For Clean Up Day will conclude with complimentary refreshments being served at the township’s Dolphin Swim Club, 260 W. Bristol Road, Feasterville. For additional information and to volunteer, contact Carol Drioli at 215-357-7300, extension 307.