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What a Day of Work and Pride for District 29! A tremendous number of volunteers, neighbors and our great friends at Public Works, the Sherrif's Department, Goodwill, Shred It and State Representative Janis Sontany with the help of our city's drug court volunteers, our area Boy Scouts and youth helped to make this one of the largest and best events to be held this year. Our Boy Scouts who participated received badges from Metro Beautification Commissioner Karen VanCleave, Mayor Karl Dean, and your Metro Council Member. :-) We also collected canned food items for their drive. Mr. Edwards a District 29 homeowner loved by all who happens to own our District's almost 40 year business Homestyle Bakery provided us with the best doughnuts in town and our Nashboro Starbucks provided us with coffee to start the day as well as our Starbucks in Hickory Hollow. Our area Krystal's also provided breakfast sandwiches which was another wonderful highlight to our morning thanks to the Manager Eddie and his crew. We also had drinks, chips and more from our area Target. Our districts Shell Gas Station Owners Duke and Misty provided ice and so much more and they even helped pick up trash on the sides of our roads. What a Day! We want to thank Sue Paugh, Mike Hassell, Steve Cardin, Phyllis and her husband Leon for cranking up the food on the grill as well as Sue Luttrell, John and Marge Lewis, Linda Maurice, Roy & Jackie Tracey, and many many neighbors who helped to organize and get our teams out to our intersections to take signs down and to clean our main roads. For all who did not get to bring their items on Saturday, we have heard much feedback thanking Public Works and our Sherrifs crews for picking up additional items with the Bulk Clean Up that will continue until the end of this month. We look forward to seeing everyone next year! District 29 Cleaned Up and Cleaned Out! We mean business in keeping our community clean. Thank You!