Mayor declares April 23 as Tryon Clean-up Day

Spring cleaning is in the air.  In conjunction with the arrival of spring and the blessings of Morris, April 23 is Tryon Clean-up Day. All residents are encouraged to pitch in and help clean up their respective areas.

The Eastside Community, who set the date and the Town followed suit, will kick off a community clean-up, the Tryon Fire Department will wash Main Street, the Tryon Cemetery Committee and any volunteers will be sprucing up the Cemetery, and all other residents are encouraged to get out and enjoy the flowers, listen to the birds sing, and beautify their respective neighborhood.

If citizens are not sure of what to do, please consider one of the following.

  • Pick up trash on your street, or rake any area where a need exists
  • Pick up trash at Harmon Field
  • Pick up trash at Ziegler Field
  • Pick up trash at Rogers Park, the Greenway, Woodland Park, or any Tryon Street

 

-Submitted by J Alan Peoples

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