The Edgemere/ Sackville Neighborhood Association (ESNA) in conjunction with the City of Savannah’s Operation Clean Sweep and Work Source Coastal will hold its annual spring clean-up. Litter continues to be serious problem in many communities in Savannah. This is our way to help keep our neighborhood streets clean. For the first time ever, Work Source Coastal is coming into a community to recruit for: Employment Opportunities; Work Source Coastal Youth Services; YouthBuild Savannah; College and Career Training Scholarships and GED Classes.
Volunteers will enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs and a raffle during our cook out from 11am – 12noon. Our generous sponsors have donated the following items for our raffle: Planet Fitness gym memberships; Get Air passes; Savannah Banana gear; Posh manicure/pedicure; CAT bus passes; free oil change from Savannah Tire and much more.
Join the Edgemere/ Sackville Neighborhood Association, Operation Clean Sweep and Work Source Coastal at our spring cleanup on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 9am- 12noon on the Corner of E. 54th St. and Cedar Ave in our efforts to keep our community litter and blight free.
For more information or to get involved, shoot our president Cynthia Hopson an email at email@example.com or visit our Facebook page at Edgemere/ Sackville.