TFMoran team members enjoyed a morning of volunteering for Intown Manchester‘s Adopt-A-Block which was held on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22. This annual event is a neighborhood cleanup effort for downtown Manchester’s public spaces that is held around Earth Day. Last year’s event was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Groups of volunteers from the local business community were assigned to green spaces throughout the city. TFMoran staff was assigned to Veteran’s Memorial Park located in the heart of the City on Elm Street. Thanks to Dylan Cruess, Nick Golon, Natasha Kultchitsky, and Julia Chartier for cleaning up litter and debris to beautify the park for all to enjoy.
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.
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