Community clean-up day

Johanna Nott, organizer of the Community Clean-Up Day for the second year, is pleased with this years turn out.

Organizer of Community Clean Up Day is very pleased with the turn out this year and looks forward to an even better one for next year.

Organizer of Community Clean Up Day is very pleased with the turn out this year and looks forward to an even better one for next year.

Johanna Nott, organizer of the Community Clean-Up Day for the second year, is pleased with this years turn out and offers her thanks to the following; Mayor Frank and Darnella Armitage, Mary Masiel and John Henry of S.O.S., Councillor Doug Pateman, Char and Glen Sellers, Janis Winter, Pat Fawcett, Verne Short, Lynn Johnson, Justin Shuttleworth of the RDOS and the few folks that took bags with them on their walk.

“I’m absolutely pleased and thank them all for what they did,” said Nott. On Sunday, April 27, a few areas of town got a good clean-up thanks to these people.

“The town truck was almost filled and some of the people took the garbage they had collected to the landfill themselves,” she added.

Thanks also go to the Town of Princeton and maintenance for the provision of the truck, and all the gear to clean up with, to Herb Castle at the  arena, Scott (new manager) of Cooper’s Foods for the donation of the hot dogs and drinks for lunch and to Corey and Aimee of Cooper’s for all their help.