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Volunteers sought for Mason City Earth Day cleanup and festival

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MASON CITY – The Mason City Earth Day Committee has set dates for the city’s 27th annual community-wide cleanup and festival.

From April 19 – May 6, cleanup teams are asked to collect trash in designated areas of Mason City. Businesses, organizations, families of all sizes, and individuals are encouraged to be part of a team. For more information, to register your cleanup team and claim your cleanup spot go to the City’s website.

Due to COVID-19, an Earth Day Festival will not be held this year. Teams are encouraged to practice social distancing and wear gloves and masks.

In 2019, over 500 volunteers spent a total of 1098 hours cleaning up Mason City, collecting 6,800 pounds of trash!

For more information, contact Mason City Volunteer Coordinator Mary Litterer at 641-421-3372.

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Something people could take part in and make a positive change and ZERO comments lol.

Mind your own business.

I am. This town is covered in garbage. Maybe nobody that actually does anything comes to this website other than to troll those of you who like nit. Maybe nobody want’s to walk around and clean up because they dont want get caught in some crossfire.

Good point.
NIT is garbage and a disgrace to Mason City.

Yet you come here again and again and again.

Like I said, mind your own business. Go pick garbage if you want.

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