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'Make It Magnificent' Madison May Day

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MADISON, NJ – After a long, long, long winter 'May Day' will be celebrated in downtown Madison on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015.  

This annual town-wide beautification campaign called “May Day in Madison” is a project of the Madison Downtown Development Commission (DDC) and the “May Day in Madison” Committee.

Hundreds of volunteers will help in town to prepare the gardens and plants of Madison for the spring and summer as well as clean up after winter. 

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May Day brings unique volunteer opportunities for all ages.

Madison elementary school students have submitted designs for the volunteer t-shirts. One childs design is chosen every year. Senior citizens deliver water to thirsty volunteers.

Sponsors throughout town donate money to help fund the t-shirts and the hanging flower baskets that grace the lampposts downtown.

If you would like to support the efforts, donation checks can be made payable to Madison Main Street Foundation and mailed to the Downtown Development Commission ~ May Day, Hartley Dodge Memorial, 50 Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact the DDC at ddc@rosenet.org or call 201-400-2349.

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