Volunteers help cleanup

Volunteers help cleanup the city

MICHELE LONGWORTH | Metropolis Planet

The first ever Super Cleanup Day was held Saturday and despite the overcast skies and rain showers on the horizon, approximately 15 volunteers gathered collected a truck bed full of trash along the riverfront and East Fifth Street, from the interstate to the Girl Scout House, which included paper, soda cans, foam and plastic. The cleanup event was organized by Nick Holland, left, Metropolis Police officer, and David Bowman, right, city 911 dispatcher.

MICHELE LONGWORTH | Metropolis Planet

The first ever Super Cleanup Day was held Saturday and despite the overcast skies and rain showers on the horizon, approximately 15 volunteers collected a truckbed full of trash along the riverfront and East Fifth Street, from the interstate to the Girl Scout House, which included paper, soda cans, foam and plastic. The cleanup event was organized by Nick Holland, left, Metropolis Police officer, and David Bowman, right, city 911 dispatcher.

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