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Volunteers clean up after Flintside Easter Bash

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Volunteers spent the day cleaning up from the Flintside Easter Bash in Albany. Neighbors, volunteers, and members of Keep Albany Beautiful were on Flintside Drive at 7am picking up trash.

They picked up soda cans, paper plates and paper cups left from last night's event.

Community Activist Willie Ross says for the cleanup is worth it because of the success of yesterday's community event.  

"We didn't have any incidents. Everybody got along great. And the fashion show was outstanding," said Community Activist Willie Ross. He is also planning a take back the community parade in Mid-July.

 

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