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Holliston in Bloom Earth Day cleanup

by Cherry Fenton
April 12, 2017

We've decided to celebrate Earth Day by doing a town-wide clean-up.  Bring a neighbor, your family, friends and meet some other folks who want to help Holliston shine.  Please bring your own rake, work gloves, and suitable work clothes to work outdoors - rain or shine.   Please meet at the Holliston in Bloom tent at Blair Square (Central and Railroad Streets) at 10 AM to get your work team assignment. We'll supply bags and water!  You can sign up in advance by going to www.hollistoninbloom.org/volunteer.html.

Holliston in Bloom was established in 2012 to compete in the annual America in Bloom national competition.  To find out more about what we do, friend our page on Facebook or go to our website www.hollistoninbloom.org.  HIB is completely self-funded and run by volunteers. We are a 501 (3)(c) non-profit organization and your generous donation is fully tax-deductible. Holliston will be the proud hosts of the America in Bloom National Symposium from October 5 – 7, 2017.

 

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