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Boy Scouts join Tide to Town Volunteers for Wheaton St. Cleanup, collected 50 pounds of trash

Earlier this month about 30 members of Boy Scout Troop 1 and Pack 1 joined up with volunteers from the Friends of Tide to Town for a trail cleanup along Wheaton Street. The volunteers picked up about 50 pounds of trash along Wheaton Street, near A.B. Williams Elementary School.

Dana Bynum, Den Leader, said, “Cleanup events like this with Tide to Town are a vital and visible way the scouts put their pledge to support their community into action. We have partnered with Tide to Town for another event in the past, and we look forward to continuing that momentum for years to come. Today, we collected about 20 bags of trash along Wheaton Street.”

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