Jackson Park litter cleanup scheduled for July 10

Press release from Conserving Carolina:

Conserving Carolina and El Centro are partnering together to host a community cleanup at Jackson Park in Henderson County on Saturday, July 10. Conserving Carolina and El Centro are excited to cohost this event and bring our community together to take care of the places we love and share in Henderson County.

The cleanup will take place on Saturday, July 10, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.. Everyone is welcome! Jackson Park covers 220 acres and is one of the largest parks in the area. A wonderful community gathering center, Jackson Park offers activities and facilities for all ages, including baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, playgrounds, a disc golf course, picnic area, a dog park, a bike park, and access to the Oklawaha Greenway.

We are seeking volunteers to help collect litter throughout Jackson Park. For more information or for any questions, please contact Conserving Carolina’s Community Engagement Associate Meredith Wingerson at volunteer@conservingcarolina.org.

All are welcome but RSVPs are required to make sure there are tools for everyone. To RSVP, find the event at www.conservingcarolina.org/calendar.

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