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Roblin Park C.C. cleanup still a go

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The Roblin Park Community Centre is seeking participants for their annual Earth Day Cleanup happening from 10 a.m. to noon on Sat., May 4.

Centre president Wayne Tichon said the cleanup, which he and his wife started about seven years ago, normally happens closer to Earth Day in April, but the late spring melt waylaid those plans.

"Because of the snow it has been postponed," Tichon said.

Volunteers showing up at the centre (640 Pepperloaf Cres.) will be supplied with bags and gloves, Tichon said, and there will be donuts and pop.

If enough people show up they may extend the cleanup beyond the ditches and roads surrounding the centre, he said.

"(We will) go down Pepperloaf, around the corner, wherever… if there’s more people."

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