Community Clean-Up Day (photos)

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Reynoldsburg city officials and community volunteers dedicated the city’s new recycling bins at the city’s Community Clean-Up Day on June 3 in JFK Park. The city obtained the bins through the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group/Keep America Beautiful Park Recycling Bin grant program. The city received 30 recycling bins that were placed in JFK, Huber, and Civic parks. Pictured here trying out the new bins, from left to right, are: Caroline Zola, Councilman Brett Luzader, Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful Vice President Malisha Goggans, Mayor Brad McCloud, Grounds Superintendent Brian McGuire, Dick Hudson, Mary Hudson of the Reynoldsburg Visitors Bureau, Councilman Chris Long, Parks and Recreation Director Donna Bauman, and Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful Executive Director Arley Owens.
As part of Community Clean-Up Day, Habitat for Humanity collected reusable items for its building program. Pictured here loading the truck are Michael Watson (left) and Casey Garrett. Visit for information on Habitat for Humanity.
The Community Computer Alliance accepted unwanted electronics to be recycled at Community Clean-Up Day. Pictured here are Amy Densborn hands a box full of old electronics to Lane Rudolph. Visit for information on the Community Computer Alliance.


  1. On behalf of the city of Reynoldsburg and Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful we wish to thank the East side Messenger staff for their outstanding coverage of the events and activities hosted by the City of Reynoldsburg and the many community organizations such as Keep Reynoldsburg Beautiful.


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