The Lovettsville Town Council is partnering with Keep Loudoun Beautiful to organize community litter clean-up efforts on Saturday, April 8. KLB has been recruiting volunteers in Lovettsville for the past four years and has collected more than 290 bags of garbage in the area, but this is a new partnership.
Lovettsville area residents are invited to participate in the town’s first Keep Lovettsville Beautiful Day event starting at 2 p.m. Saturday. Volunteers will meet at the barricade at the south end of the bike trail on Berlin Turnpike near Loudoun Street. They will then move down to a second site for clean-up efforts at Church Street at the Post Office. Bags, vests and some gloves will be available. Parking is available at the Lovettsville Game Club, 16 S. Berlin Pike, and the Lovettsville Elementary School, 49 S. Loudoun St.
This is a family-oriented event and safety measures will be taken. Contact Councilman, Jim McIntyre for details and reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservation are appreciated, but not required.