Giving fire hydrants is just one of the many projects volunteers can pick from during the second annual “Make Ashland Sparkle” cleanup and beautification effort on Saturday April 24. (Submitted photo)

Giving fire hydrants is just one of the many projects volunteers can pick from during the second annual “Make Ashland Sparkle” cleanup and beautification effort on Saturday April 24. (Submitted photo)

Second annual ‘Make Ashland Sparkle’ cleanup set for April 24

With spring in full bloom, volunteers will spread out across Ashland on Saturday April 24 to do their part to “Make Ashland Sparkle.”

The second annual community-wide clean-up and beautification effort will focus on picking up litter along major streets, painting fire hydrants and trash cans, and sprucing up mulch beds downtown and in city parks.

Volunteers will spread out across Ashland on Saturday morning Sept. 12 as part of a community-wide clean-up and beautification effort — “Make Ashland Sparkle,” according to a news release from the Rotary Club of Ashland. 

The project’s sponsors — the Rotary Club of Ashland, the Ashland County Ministerial Association and the City of Ashland — are encouraging churches, civic groups, Scouts, Ashland University staff/students and individual residents and families to participate in this community-wide effort. 

ASHLAND – Rotary Club of Ashland is raising money for an endowment fund to sustain one of the community’s most popular events — the club’s annual July 4th fireworks display, according to a news release from Ashland County Community Foundation. 

Launched from Ashland High School’s Community Stadium, the Rotary Club fireworks have become a hallmark of Independence Day in Ashland, the release said. 

Even this year, when many annual events were canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rotary club was able to make the necessary modifications to put on a successful fireworks show while promoting social distancing. 

 

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