Gadsden State's Clean Home Alabama Project Aims to Better Local Communities


Gadsden State Community College is partnering with residents and organizations throughout East Alabama for the “Clean Home Alabama Initiative” and volunteers are needed to help beautify the state’s natural landscapes, growing infrastructure, and expanding communities.

In Calhoun County, there will be two ‘Clean Home Alabama Projects.” The first one will be held on November first, at the Military Pet Cemetery at McClellan. Clean-up will begin at 8:30 a.m. The second project will be on November 8th where volunteers will clean up an area of Coleman Road beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Ayers Campus Administration Building.

In Cleburne County, volunteers with Gadsden State and Cleburne County Schools will sand and paint awning poles at the school to support an ongoing multi-year campus improvement project on November 4th beginning at 8:30 a.m.

And in Cherokee County, “The Trash Bash” Project will be on November 12th starting at noon. Volunteers alongside students, faculty, and staff will pick up litter along a one mile stretch of Highway 9 North and South.

For more information and to register, visit www.GadsdenState.edu/Clean-Home-Alabama.cms.

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