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June 20, 2021


4/30/2021 1:07:00 PM
Veterans Memorial Gets Earth Day Clean-up
Pointing out that Rotary members are People of Action, club members (l-r:) Jennifer Stanton, Tony Babington, and Traci Hamill, assisted at the clean-up.
Pointing out that Rotary members are People of Action, club members (l-r:) Jennifer Stanton, Tony Babington, and Traci Hamill, assisted at the clean-up.

The Rotary Club of Englewood, in partnership with Babe’s Ace Hardware (Englewood,) held an Earth Day clean-up at the Englewood Veterans Memorial & Freedom Pavilion at the west end of Dearborn Street. The park landscaping badly needed some trimming and new mulch. Along with club Rotarians, a crew from Michael Douglass Plumbing, neighborhood residents and community members, four U.S. Navy recruiters from Sarasota showed up to assist. Yaovi Ameto, one of the U.S. Navy Recruiters, said, “We work in the community and serve the community, and this clean-up was chosen as a way of honoring all the veterans who have served this country.” Mulch for the clean-up was donated by Michael Douglass Plumbing, Babe’s Ace Hardware (which donated 50 bags!) and Rotary member Tony Babington. Traci Hamill, club president-elect, said that the Rotary Club of Englewood would continue to hold quarterly clean-ups of the park, and will also perform clean-ups at Cedar Point Environmental Park (one is scheduled for Saturday, May 1 at 9am.) If you would like to learn more about the Rotary Club of Englewood, visit www.therotaryclubofenglewood.org or on Facebook @RotaryClubofEnglewood.






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