TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Members of a Wabash Valley community are coming together to make their neighborhood beautiful.
Farrington's Grove residents in Terre Haute collected litter, debris, tree limbs and brush Saturday morning as part of a community beautification project.
Fraternities from Rose-Hulman and Indiana State University also came out to help with the clean-up efforts.
Neighbors said it's a great opportunity to get to know those around you.
"We like to keep our community clean. It's a bonding.. you get to meet your neighbors in the community you know. People who are running for office you get to know them a little more personal environment," said Michael Magnin with the Farrington's Grove Historical District.
The next beautification project is in the spring.
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