LHCC Community Clean-Up Day – April 27, 2019


Written by Anthony Morelli

On April 23, 2019

The Buildings & Grounds and Lake Committees are planning a community-wide clean-up for Saturday, April 27, during which volunteers will collect trash from the roadways and lake shore. Volunteers in pick-up trucks will then collect the bags of trash and take them to the trash facility.

The community will be divided into areas, and the volunteers will select an area in which to work. Trash bags and gloves will be provided and maps showing the areas will be handed out. Volunteers should report to the Lake Holiday Clubhouse at 9:00 a.m. and plan to be finished by noon. The pick-up truck brigade will then begin the work of collecting the trash bags from the sides of the roads. Construction materials and anything else not accepted at the trash facility are not included in the clean-up, but may be reported to the Administration staff.

The last time organized community clean-up was in 2014. It proved to be very successful. This year’s clean-up was inspired by Marta Meneau and Gwyneth Wyckoff.  These young ladies handed out and posted fliers encouraging residents to help keep Lake Holiday clean by calling the number on the flier. Residents could request that roadside trash in their area be picked up and on the 21st of the month and Marta and Gwyneth would do so. The fliers asked for volunteers and that inspired the two committees to step forward. Thank you ladies!

Come out, meet your neighbors, and make Lake Holiday clean and beautiful. In case of rain, the clean-up will be held the following Saturday, May 4th.

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