Sixth Annual Milford Beautification Day Attracts Over 120 Volunteers
Milford’s parks and streets are looking good today thanks to the community wide effort to pick up trash around town yesterday, April 24. Citizens for Milford organized with multiple town departments and community organizations to make a clean sweep of 21 routes around town plus the Milford Upper Charles Trail.
Volunteers in three different pick up trucks picked up the bags and garbage that was collected and made 20 trips to the transfer station, dropping off at least 75 bags of trash, multiple TVs, mattresses, one sofa, tires, shopping carts, and a toilet.
Volunteers were treated to hamburgers and hot dogs courtesy of the Milford Lions Club upon finishing their assigned routes.
Volunteers from Milford Federal Bank worked to pick up the downtown area the two days prior to Beautification Day.
Citizens for Milford extends its sincerest gratitude to the Milford Board of Health, Milford Highway Department, and E.L. Harvey & Sons for their support and donation of supplies and the Friends of the Milford Upper Charles Trail for coordinating with us. We also thank the Lions Club for cooking for the volunteers, Milford Federal Bank for their continued help with this effort, as well as all the individuals, families, and community groups that came together to show Milford pride by picking up our community. We could not have done this without every single one of you! THANK YOU ALL!!!