TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Volunteers cleaned up the city Saturday!
The city of Terre Haute, along with Keep Terre Haute Beautiful, organized a city-wide cleanup for Saturday morning.
They targeted several problem areas in the city.
The city continuously urges citizens to be a good steward of the environment. They ask residents to clean up around your own property and street.
"We're planting seeds fro the future for our kids to understand that litter's a problem and we need to eradicate it. We need to make a difference, keep our community clean, keep our environment clean. So we can just pass it on to the next generation who will do a better job,” said Bobby Gizzle, volunteer.
The next city-wide cleanup will take place this fall. The cleanup is usually twice a year.
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