By: Sharon Aron Baron
The City of Coral Springs is offering volunteers community service hours along with a free lunch in exchange for helping to keep the city beautiful.
As part of a citywide clean-up program, Adopt-A-Street program, and the Community Foundation of Broward, volunteers working with team captains will help clean different areas throughout the city on Saturday, February 29, and Saturday, April 11, from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Along with earning service hours, there will be raffles for participants. Lunch will be provided to volunteers after the clean-up. Last year the City’s volunteer core, not including personnel, donated more than 40,000 volunteer hours.
If you missed this date, there will be more throughout the year. Don’t forget to sign up so you will be on the list for the next city-wide clean-up program.
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