Community clean-up accumulates more than 65 bags of trash Saturday

By accessWDUN Staff
Posted 11:30AM on Monday 30th September 2019 ( 3 years ago )

The Latinos Conservative Organization collected more than 65 bags of trash from Atlanta Hwy during a community clean-up Saturday morning. 

The organization was joined by roughly 70 volunteers, including Hall County Commissioner Jeff Stowe, who serves as the commissioner for district four. 

"We had such a great, diverse crowd of volunteers that came out to give back to our city," LCO President Art Gallegos said in a release Monday morning. 

The 70-person group met at La Flor De Jalisco Market on Atlanta Hwy and picked-up trash for three hours.

The event was led by Gallegos and LCO's Vice President Semuel Maysonet as part of the Keep Hall Beautiful initiative. 

KHB is a non-profit organization that serves as the local certified affiliate of the national Keep America Beautiful System and Keep Georgia Beautiful. 

For more information about the Latinos Conservative Organization and how to get involved, visit their website

The Latinos Conservative Organization was joined by 70 volunteers to clean-up Atlanta Hwy Saturday morning. The crew collected more than 65 bags of trash.
Latinos Conservative Organization's Vice President Semuel Maysonet speaking to volunteers at the community clean-up outside La Flor De Jalisco Market on Atlanta Hwy.
The volunteers who spent their Saturday morning cleaning-up trash from Atlanta Hwy.

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