Litter Cleanup Gatherings Around East Hampton This Saturday for National CleanUp Day - 27 East

Litter Cleanup Gatherings Around East Hampton This Saturday for National CleanUp Day

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The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

The East Hampton Litter Action Committee will organize 11 seperate clean up initiatives throughout the town this Saturday, September 16, as part of National Clean Up Day.

authorMichael Wright on Sep 13, 2023
This coming Saturday, September 16, is National CleanUp Day around the country, and the East Hampton Litter Action Committee will be organizing several cleanup efforts throughout the town. “In addition... more

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