Join 5th Annual HWTN “Spring Into Green” Parks Clean-Up on Saturday April 18

Bring your children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors to join in the fun: Mark your calendar for April 18, 2015, (Saturday), for the HWTN 5th Annual “Spring into Green” Parks Clean-Up.

Enjoy complimentary coffee and refreshments with your neighbors. We assemble at Back Bay Park at the corner of Terrace and Back Bay at 9:00 a.m. We’ll remove trash and debris from Back Bay and then move onto other nearby park areas, such as Water Tower Park. Clean-up activities will continue until 11:30 a.m.

Take this opportunity to make a difference in our community. Bring your garden gloves. Plastic bags will be provided.

To register to attend: Call Adrian at 414 530-6620 or email rsvp@hwtn.org. See you there!

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Join Us For Annual HWTN “Spring Into Green” Neighborhood Parks Clean-Up Saturday April 26

With springlike weather (finally) in the air, how about commemorating the end of (a very long) winter by joining fellow HWTN members in our annual “Spring Into Green” neighborhood parks clean-up?

Here are details for this fun and worthwhile effort. Be sure to register in advance by emailing us or calling the phone number below. Hope to see you there.
HWTN Park clean up 2014

Help clean up the HWTN on Saturday morning April 20

HWTN’s Annual Spring Neighborhood Clean Up is set for Saturday April 20 from 9 a.m. to noon. We’ll start in Back Bay Park, then move to Water Tower Park and, if there’s time, Gilman’s Triangle. Join us for a morning of fun public service with your neighbors. Bring your kids, too!

See below for details, and be sure to check out photos from last year’s clean up.

HWTN Clean up April 2013

 

HWTN spring parks cleanup a huge success

HWTN volunteers including children fanned out across area parks on a crisp but sunny April 21 and collected 10 bags brimming with trash and recycables and all kinds of odd objects — a leather boot, a pair of binoculars, an air conditioner grill. Our parks are beautiful, and they’ll be even more attractive this spring and summer thanks to the hardy HWTN members who pitched in. See you in the parks!

Check out some of the photos from our morning of hard work!