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Earth Stewardship Month Kicks-off Spring Litter Clean-up

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  Original Published: 4/3/2014Spring cleaning time has arrived, and that doesn't mean just inside your home. The outdoors needs a good spruce-up too, with the melted snow revealing months of litter accumulation. Richland County's Earth Stewardship Steering Committee kicked-off the 18th annual Earth Stewardship Celebration Thursday, with Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker and the county commissioners issuing proclamations to encourage people to beautify the community. And that includes cleaning the parks, where many people gather on summer days. The Earth Stewardship Steering Committee had planned to do a clean-up project, but had to postpone it because of the rainfall. They'll get out as soon as the sky clears, and hope you'll join them.
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