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TFMoran beautifies Manchester WWII Memorial grounds in Veterans Park for “Adopt-A-Block” Earth Day event

It’s that time of year again, Adopt-A-Block! For the third consecutive year, TFMoran employees participated in the annual InTown Manchester’s Adopt-A-Block event, which is a neighborhood cleanup in support of Earth Day. Intown Manchester Management, Inc. is a non-profit organization working, in cooperation with the City of Manchester, to increase downtown’s competitiveness and to affirm Manchester’s position as an economic leader of the New England region.  Their service areas include outdoor maintenance, beautification, and business support through marketing, communications, and event production.

This year TFMoran’s own Dylan Cruess, Cassi Beroney, Nick Golon, Jeff Tate, Maureen Kelly, Matt Mullen and Rob Vida participated in the event by picking up litter, raking and spreading bark mulch around the WWII Memorial in Veterans Park. This downtown Manchester Memorial is special to TFMoran, since the company donated survey, site design and landscape architecture services when it was first constructed.  This event brings local businesses and community members together to get outside and beautify Manchester neighborhoods, all while keeping the earth clean. Participants of the event also enjoyed a slice of pizza or two donated by 900 Degrees, one of downtown Manchester’s favorite restaurants.

This year, InTown teamed up with Eversource in the hopes of expanding their reach and attempt to grow the volunteer base. It was another successful year of keeping Manchester “clean and green”. Thanks to InTown Manchester for coordinating and hosting such a great event!

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TFMoran staff Volunteer for Adopt-A-Block

TFMoran staff took the afternoon to volunteer in Manchester as part of Intown Manchester’s Adopt-A-Block event which was held on Friday, April 22, 2016.  The Adopt-A-Block event is an organized neighborhood clean up effort that happens once a year around Earth Day.  TFMoran staff joined almost 60 other community minded volunteers in the Manchester Mill Yard for an afternoon of raking, mulching, trimming, and picking up litter to help keep Downtown Manchester clean and green.  In total over 20 local businesses worked in conjunction with the Manchester Parks and Recreation Department and the UNH Cooperative Expansion to make the Adopt-A-Block event a huge success and to make a very visible improvement in the community.  Intown Manchester’s photos of the event can be found on their facebook page.

TFMoran is proud to be active in the local communities where we work and live.  To see some of other ways we support our local communities, click on our In Our Community page.