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Remember to recycle and mark your calendar to help clean up Stow on April 29!
Save the date! The 9th annual Stow Town Cleanup will be on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Gloves, bags, and signups at the Lower Common from 8 to noon. Pick up trash any time all weekend. Leave bags on the curb for Monday morning pickup by Stow Highway Department.
More details to come.
We’ve got the yellow garbage bags (thanks Stow Police), the gloves (thanks Stow Ace Hardware), and even a few tools to pick up the trash in hard to reach places. Now all we need is you! Join us tomorrow morning from 8 a.m. to noon across from Papa Ginos to sign up and get your supplies. See you then.
We’ll be manning the table and handing out trash bags on Saturday, April 9, our 8th Annual Stow Cleanup. No need to worry about the snow this year!
If you’re interested in helping out, here are some things you can do:
- post notices,
- contact schools,
- contact businesses,
- place yard signs (4) around town,
- take town map to Staples to be enlarged,
- photograph the event,
- help set up and man the table on April 9.
Please reply below if you want to help! See you on the 9th!
Thanks to the over 115 volunteers who helped clean up the streets of Stow! Our town is clean once again! New (and a big hit!) this year: sustenance (scones) provided by Emma’s Cafe and hot coffee provided by Starbucks of Acton. Thank you to both!
The yellow bags will be picked up by the Stow Highway Department tomorrow (Monday, May 4). We will post details on numbers of bags, etc., in a later post.
If you have extra yellow bags, feel free to save them until next year’s cleanup!
Have you seen all the trash that’s appearing alongside the roads of Stow as the snow slowly disappears? Let’s plan on cleaning it up on Saturday, May 2, when the snow should be long gone (let’s hope!).
Everywhere you look in Stow, there is snow:
Yet beneath the snow there lies trash. Bottles, cans, paper, plastic. …
So when the snow melts, we’ll need to clean it up. Stay tuned for the date of the 2015 Stow Cleanup Day, as yet to be determined.