Saturday May 22, 8am-2pm or until Dumpsters are FULL Masks REQUIRED
Two locations- 206 N Bridgeton Road (The Road Less Traveled) 100 NE Bridgeton Road (Columbia Way West parking lot)
Look for the Tents and friendly volunteers Two Garbage Dumpsters 6 Paper Shred-its Metal recycling
Friendly Volunteers needed for: taking information, donations, helping move stuff into dumpsters, social distancing. (planning on 2 hour shifts) If interested, please contact Antoinette Edwards at email@example.com
$5 donation per large item or bag accepted Funded by your neighborhood association so please give generously!
Do NOT bring any material that is hazardous No products marked caution, poisons, toxic, flammable, or combustible are permitted. Examples of these materials include: paints, pesticides, herbicides, poisons, waste motor oil, antifreeze, automotive fluids, and household chemicals. NO: Fluorescent bulbs, food waste, or food-contaminated items, tires, and batteries.
BNA Neighborhood Litter Clean-up BNA Clean & Green Team has organized a neighborhood-wide litter clean up along Bridgeton Road, Marine Drive & Anchor Way, Join neighbors to pick up litter, remove graffiti, and even in a riverside clean up!
Saturday, Oct 24 9:00am - 12:00pm 12:00pm - Refreshments & prize giveaways will follow the clean up.
Plan to wear masks and bright clothing to keep safe, and socially-distant. Meet at the old Channel's Edge parking lot, 207 N. Bridgeton Rd. to join a team that will focus the West end, Marine Drive, East end, or Roth Estates.! Prizes and refreshments will be shared afterwards.
The BNA Annual Spring Clean Up was postponed indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Clean Up Around the Home: Dignity Village,9401 NE Sunderland Ave. They welcome walk-ins, just drive up to the Village Guardshack and they will help unload after alerting the donate coordinator. Buy Nothing FB Group - Simple way to get rid of stuff to people who want it.
Transition Projects- Helping those without housing. They are accepting basic hygiene needs, clothing and items like blankets, towels, etc.