Community Clean-Up Day in Reynoldsburg (photos)

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman Reynoldsburg kicked off its annual Community Clean-Up Week on June 4. Pictured here, volunteer Michael Roshon (left) works on a donated bicycle as Mayor Brad McCloud and City Councilman Chris Long look at other bikes dropped off on the June 4 Community Clean-Up Day. Long started the drop-off in 2012. Bicycles are transported to a local church, where a group of volunteer mechanics ready them for children in need.
Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Reynoldsburg kicked off its annual Community Clean-Up Week on June 4. Pictured here, volunteer Michael Roshon (left) works on a donated bicycle as Mayor Brad McCloud and City Councilman Chris Long look at other bikes dropped off on the June 4 Community Clean-Up Day. Long started the drop-off in 2012. Bicycles are transported to a local church, where a group of volunteer mechanics ready them for children in need.
Reynoldsburg Community Clean-Up Day volunteer Brooke Dunham hurls used cardboard into a dumpster for recycling.
Reynoldsburg Community Clean-Up Day volunteer Brooke Dunham hurls used cardboard into a dumpster for recycling.
Reynoldsburg High School Senior Joshua Myers (left) along with his mother April Patterson (center) and volunteer/city worker Jason Ickes (right) ready new recycling bins for residents participating in the city's annual clean-up day.
Reynoldsburg High School Senior Joshua Myers (left) along with his mother April Patterson (center) and volunteer/city worker Jason Ickes (right) ready new recycling bins for residents participating in the city’s annual clean-up day.
Tom Fenstermaker (left) an Eagle Scout, donates a flag to St. Pius Parish Pack 326 member Brady Hood during a flag collection in Kennedy Park on June 4 during  Community Clean-Up day.
Tom Fenstermaker (left) an Eagle Scout, donates a flag to St. Pius Parish Pack 326 member Brady Hood during a flag collection in Kennedy Park on June 4 during Community Clean-Up day.
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