Frisco clean-up day rescheduled for June 4
May 22, 2017
The Countywide Town Clean Up Day that was scheduled for Saturday, May 20, was cancelled due to heavy spring snow fall. Frisco Town Clean Up Day is rescheduled for Sunday, June 4. This is a chance for citizens to get together to clean up neighborhoods, parks, open spaces, business areas and trails in anticipation of summer. Volunteer check-in is at 9 a.m. at the Frisco Historic Park on Main Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
During the volunteer check-in, there will be coffee provided by Starbucks and donuts from Safeway. At that time, volunteers will also receive gloves, orange trash bags and tickets for door prize drawings, lunch and free beers or lemonade. Volunteers may ask to be assigned to a clean-up area or they may select an area in Frisco that they feel would benefit from their efforts.
Post clean-up, volunteers are invited back to the Historic Park for a volunteer appreciation BBQ with burgers and hot dogs grilled up by Frisco Town Council. Safeway is providing the food for the BBQ and Backcountry Brewery is donating the beer. The volunteer appreciation BBQ will also include volunteer door prizes and awards from appreciative local merchants for the most valuable, most unique and the ickiest finds of the day. Climax Molybdenum Company is presenting the musical entertainment, The Sessh, from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
For more information on Town Clean Up Day in Frisco, contact Lea Chandonnet at LeaC@TownofFrisco.com or 970-668-2564 or go to TownofFrisco.com.
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