Peterborough Mayor Dianne Therrien Proclaims April 17-24, 2021 Rotary Super Spring Clean-Up Week
Due to the recent government Covid restrictions we are asking citizens not to hold any cleanups involving persons from outside their immediate contacts until May 21st. 2021.
We still encourage individuals to safely clean up in their own neighborhood with utmost Covid restrictions in mind.
For the past 14 years, the three area Rotary Clubs have been busy organizing the Super Spring Clean Up. In appreciation of the work that the Rotary Clubs have done, Peterborough Mayor Dianne Therrien has declared April 17th to 24th, 2021 as Rotary Super Spring Clean-Up Week.
The Rotary Clubs encourage everyone within the community to become a steward and protector of the environment by giving a minimum of 1 hour in cleaning our city streets and parks. Schools, businesses and all community organizations can easily get involved. Children and adults can assist in making Peterborough a cleaner place to live and take pride in their clean-up efforts in keeping Peterborough beautiful.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we encourage all participants to work within their household wearing masks, using gloves, and keep appropriate social distance. We want to keep everyone safe! Please clean up around your house and property.
Spread the word and post your clean up photos on #superspringcleanup
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