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Northridge West Neighborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 32

To all Northridge Stakeholders:

You are all invited this Saturday 2/19/11 (7AM to 10AM) to join Northridge West Neighborhood Councils sponsored Operation Clean Sweep along the east side of Corbin Street between Lemarsh to Mayall in Northridge.

The mission will be to trim up the over growth blocking the path of travel while removing all the debris that has accumulated over the years and bring back the sparkle that once shined upon this throughway. As always be prepared to have fun and to rock and roll with the boys and girls of Northridge.

So grab a friend, neighbor, girlfriend, boyfriend, favorite football buddy (Even if they rooted for the Steelers) who would be interested in helping improve our community by coming out and joining us as we build our team of dedicated volunteers committed to having fun, meeting new people and making Northridge a cleaner, greener and safer community to live, learn, work and play. Parking will be on Lemarsh Street along the east side of Corbin Street north of Devonshire Street.

We will be starting around 7AM and meeting on the north-east corner of Corbin & Lemarsh Streets to review the work plan and discuss how the Packers offense breached the Steelers iron curtain defense so easily sipping hot chocolate & coffee, while enjoying fresh baked donuts, bagels and brownies. Please contact me if you have any questions or need directions.

With your help we are demonstrating that as a united community we can stamp out unsightly areas within our neighborhoods by joining hands and working together one block at a time. So please come join us as we build new friendships, develop existing ones while having fun improving and building a closer and cleaner, safer community. Thank you for helping keep America beautiful!

Tom Johnson
President
Northridge West Neighborhood Council

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