11/25/2023 0 Comments
Peetron Thomas, the Telecommunications Coordinator of NODS St. Peter's District Disaster Response Team, sheds light on the team's comprehensive cleanup campaign on November 25, 2023 held in Gunthropes.
Thomas detailed the commitment to clean the Harvest Giant main artery, extending it by over 100 feet and excavating schubs, covering a broad area in both north-south and east-west directions.
The team's goal is to transform Gunthropes into a safe and healthy community. Thomas share that the team envisions a clean and healthy St. Peter's constituency, emphasizing eliminating potential pest breeding grounds and removing tall bushes fostering criminal activities.
An open invitation is extended to Gunthropes Community members, especially those in the 'Gunthropes Community Group,' to actively participate in the campaign, to enhance Gunthropes into a cleaner and safer environment.
Recognizing the collective impact, Peetron Thomas encourages community support, stating, "We earnestly seek support from the community and warmly welcome volunteers to join us." The cleanup campaign continues tomorrow, Sunday, November 26, 2023, with the meeting point near the green tent near Zolton Richards Residence in Gunthropes.
Benefits of the Cleanup Campaign:
- Pest Prevention: Reducing potential breeding grounds creates a healthier living environment.
- Crime Deterrence: Removal of tall bushes enhances visibility, deterring criminal activities for a safer community.
- Community Engagement: Encouraging Gunthropes Community members, especially those in the 'Gunthropes Community Group,' to join hands in enhancing the community.
~ Linda Roberts
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