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Volunteer for "Spring Clean" at Rotary Park and Get a Free T-Shirt

"Spring Clean" T-shirt design winner Caroline Reichard, age 11, of Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - Grab your garden gloves, rakes, shovels and wheelbarrows and lend a hand to help keep Chatham beautiful. Join us on May 3rd, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to clean up, prune, mulch and weedour public spaces and to give a face-lift to Rotary Park.

MyChathamNJ is hosting its second annual borough wide clean up “Spring Clean.” This grassroots effort will be funded through public donations from residents, local businesses, and friends of the community.

This year’s “Spring Clean” will focus on the renovation and beautification of the Borough’s Rotary Park, located at the T-junction of Fairmount Avenue and Main Street, and the downtown business district. Bruce Davies of Davies Associates Landscape Architects, LLC has generously contributed the landscape plan for Rotary Park.

Volunteers of all ages will be asked to give of their time and energy. The first 200 pre-registered volunteers will receive a FREE event t-shirt designed by a Chatham student. Volunteers can offer their support and help by contacting Janice Piccolo at Borough Hall, 973-635-0674 x 200 or

Call today to pledge your support.


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