Graffiti Removal Campaign Kicks Off for 2016

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESSAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESSAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESContinuing past efforts, Colonial’s Community Volunteer Corps, sponsored by Colonial Youth and Family Services, has begun its Graffiti Removal Campaign for 2016. Volunteers will be working hard on this project every Friday through the fall. Spurred on by many years of successful efforts and buoyed by tremendous amount of community support, volunteers look forward to this project each year.
The goal of this project is to remove graffiti vandalism from municipal property in our neighborhoods. To date, volunteers have removed 5,432 pieces of graffiti vandalism. Our volunteers strive to maintain these sites while continuing to expand the scope of this project.
If you are a student in the William Floyd School District in grades six through twelve and would like to be volunteer, call 281-4461 and ask for Ray or Sam about registration information.
If you would like to make a monetary contribution to this project all donations are greatly appreciated.

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