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Visiting youth cleaning Albany

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This week, 40 young people from Beach United Methodist Church in Jacksonville Beach, Fla., will join environmental hands with Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful to visually enhance Albany.

The group will clean several senior citizens’ yards, place storm drain markers on catch basins, will paint park play ground equipment, will participate in a litter clean up and limb up trees along Newton Road.

Judy Bowles, executive Director of KADB, said, “These young people are to be commended for their commitment to visually improve our community during their summer break.”

Bowles also expressed appreciation to the Albany Police Department and City Commissioners Jon Howard and Dorothy Hubbard for their “continued dedication to a clean, safe community.”

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