CALL FOR BMORE CITY, COMMUNITIES AND FAITH BASED INSTITUTIONS - SATURDAY CLEAN UP DAY
CLEAN-UP THE TRASH
CITY-WIDE PRESS CONFERENCE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2020
11:00 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCE REQUESTED AND EXPECTED
EASTERWOOD SANDTOWN PARK AND PLAYGROUND
1515-1557 N. MC KEAN AVENUE
[MARVIN 'DOC' CHEATHAM WAY
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21217
443/255-6056 - DR, MARVIN CHEATHAM, C.E.O.
In honor of Matthew Alexander Henson, August 8, 1866-March 9, 1955, the Matthew Henson Community Development Corporation is both inviting and challenging
ALL COMMUNITIES AND CHURCHES
TO JOINTLY IMPLEMENT EVERY SATURDAY
CLEAN-UP DAYS IN BALTIMORE CITY" states 'Doc' Cheatham'
MHCDC humbly request the support and participation of our respective State Senators and Delegates and City Council Persons starting Saturday, August 15, 2020.
Each commUNITY organization is asked to reach out directly to the faith-based entity in their specific community boundary and request their support.
The elected representative for that legislative and council district is requested to assist with the partnership between church and community.
The City of Baltimore is respectively requested to acquire thousands of brooms, shovels, gloves, face masks, brown garbage bags, along with staffing and equipment to facilitate this failed City Clean Up job. Yes, this means the hiring and training of youth, young adults, and un-employed to address Baltimore City's growing, unacceptable trash problem.
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