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Scenes from Fanwood's Earth Day Clean Up on Sat, Apr. 26

Mayor Mahr and other dignitaries kicked off Earth Day activities in Fanwood. Credits: John Mooney
Volunteers prepare for Fanwood Earth Day clean up activities. Credits: John Mooney
Credits: John Mooney
Earth Day in Fanwood brought a wide range of volunteers to the Fanwood train station meeting area. Credits: John Mooney
Earth Day 2014 in Fanwood. Credits: John Mooney
Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr, Union County Freeholder Al Mirabella, left, and U.S. Congressman Rush Holt, right, gather with a team of volunteers for a photo during 25th anniversary Earth Day activities in Fanwood on Saturday, April 26. Teams of volunteers cleaned along borough streets and parks. Credits: Brian Hortin
A team of volunteers, including two Buddhist Monks, clean up along Martine Avenue during 25th anniversary Earth Day activities in Fanwood on Saturday, April 26.  Credits: Brian Horton
Volunteer Phyllis Fischer cleans up along South Avenue during 25th anniversary Earth Day activities in Fanwood on Saturday, April 26. Teams of volunteers cleaned along borough streets, in the parks and along the NJ Transit railroad tracks. Credits: Brian Horton

FANWOOD, NJ -- Fanwood marked its 25th Year of Earth Day observances with Clean Community Day activities on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Mayor Colleen Mahr, Union Co. Freeholder Al Mirabella, and U.S. Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) were among the army of workers who helped clean the borough.

Volunteers of all ages -- including senior citizens, Boy Scouts, and Buddhist monks -- assembled near the Millennium Clock at the south side parking lot of the railroad station.  Armed with work gloves, pick-up devices and plastic bags, the volunteers cleaned 13 locations, including Forest Road Park, La Grande Park, Borough Hall, the Fanwood Public Library and the municipal parking areas, as well as the area around the railroad tracks.

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