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Pemberton Community Pitch-In Project

Pemberton Community Pitch-In Project

The community of Pemberton will host a Pitch-In day this Sunday, April 21. Members of the community and visitors alike are encouraged to pitch in and help clean up Pemberton. People can sign up at the Rotary tent in front of the Community Centre on Sunday.

Once you sign up you can choose an area you would like to help clean up, the Rotary tent will provide you with bags for garbage and recyclables. At the end of the day two draw prizes will be awarded to anyone involved in the clean-up.

The Rotary will also be accepting your old bike for the Recycling to Africa Project. This project sends bikes to Africa where they're used to help needing communities. You can also donate pennies to the Peace Playground project.

If you cannot take part on Sunday you can still stop by the Village or Squamish Lillooet Regional District offices any time this week to pick up bags for your own Pitch-In Project.

The Pitch-In Project takes place from 9AM - 1PM throughout the Pemberton community.

Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2013

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