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Roadside Cleanup in Raritan Township

Roadside cleanup crew. Credits: Frank D'Alio

To the editor:

On Saturday May 13, a group of volunteers from the Croton Rod & Gun Club did their part to keep Raritan Townships roads clean. We collected eight bags of trash, five bags of recyclables and some tires.  

We give back to the community whenever we can and the roadside clean up takes place twice a year rain or shine. This year it was all rain. 

Frank D'Alio, Raritan Township

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