Saturday, May 17, 2008

AFSCME Local 965 Curbs the Clutter

AFSCME Local 965 has participated for several years in Fayetteville's Adopt-a-Street program to create a cleaner, more pleasant environment for everyone who lives, works, and goes to school on the University campus. Our union members chose this as one of our service projects to promote civic responsibility, to share our pride in our community, and to enhance Fayetteville's quality of life through clean streets and a beautiful campus.

Thanks to all of our members who participated today in our quarterly effort in support of the city's Curb the Clutter program! Today's team leaders were Lioneld Jordan, Larry West, Betty Martin, Dwight Morris, and Fillan Ferguson-Rivers as we collected and bagged litter and debris on Razorback Road through campus from Cleveland Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

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