Lions Club volunteers participate in Clean Up Australia Day several years ago.Each year, Murray Bridge Lions Club members get out and about to help clean up, fix up and conserve the environment.
Murray Bridge Lions are proud of their town and its environs and for almost 10 years, the club has made a concerted effort to select a site in need of its attention.
Members are continuing to do their bit to ensure visitors leave with a great impression of Murray Bridge and return again with friends.
“Let’s face it, there is nothing more off-putting than entering a town only to be greeted by unsightly, unhealthy rubbish littering the streets and parklands,” club member Ann Hughes said.
This Friday, February 27, the Lions will again clean-up along the Adelaide Road area from Thomas Street to the top of White Hill.
“It seems a long way but with a combined effort by locals helping the Lions club members, the job will be done in record time,” Ms Hughes said.
The clean-up will start at 9am at the Johnstone Park gates.
Participants should wear hats and bring water and gardening gloves.
“Why don’t you join us and contribute your efforts to help?” Ms Hughes said.
“We would love to have you join us to contribute your time and efforts to assist.
“Afterwards, refreshments will be available to all.”
– Details: For more information contact the Murray Bridge Lions Club on 0408 803 723.
Murray Bridge Lions Club member Ann Hughes set yo a display in the council foyer for Clean Up Australia Day several years ago.
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