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Mayor Celebrates 2nd Annual Youth Service Day

FRESNO, CA – Mayor Jerry Dyer joined hundreds of students taking part in cleanup and beautification events across the city this morning as part of the second annual Fresno Youth Service Day. The event was open to any City of Fresno grade school, middle school, high school, or other youth groups

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More than 1,000 volunteers come together to clean Fresno

The city of Fresno looks a little cleaner after more than 1,000 volunteers took part in the mayor’s annual citywide community cleanup. People dispersed to 85 locations across the city but were mainly focused on the downtown, west, central and southeast Fresno areas. https://abc30.com/one-fresno-cleanup-jerry-dyer-volunteers/12109223/ ABC 3

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Student-made garden at Fresno High School revealed

ABC 30 Fresno High School students got their hands dirty creating their own community garden on campus. The president of the garden club, Mikaili Harris, says she takes pride in all of their hard work. After five months of planning, students alongside city and school officials held a ribbon-cutting for the

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 Multiple organizations team up to Beautify Fresno

A group of about 80 volunteers from the City of Fresno Airports Department join in the efforts to Beautify Fresno. The event on Saturday was focused on cleaning up the area around the Fresno Chandler Executive Airport. The group picked up as much trash as possible around Kearney Boulevard. https://kmph.com/news/local/multiple-organizations-team-up-to-beautify-fresno

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 Amazon joins in on efforts to clean up Fresno

Amazon employees are joining Major Jerry Dyer and the City of Fresno in helping beautify Fresno. A group of about 100 Amazon employees from the fulfillment center set out on Wednesday with a goal to pick up 1,700 pounds of litter in the areas of Shaw, Jensen, and Fruit Avenues,

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MAYOR DYER ANNOUNCES NEW ANTI-LITTER CAMPAIGN

FRESNO, CA-   Mayor Jerry Dyer announced a new anti-litter campaign today, a multi-media effort to encourage residents to do their part to keep Fresno clean by properly disposing their waste materials, such as paper wrappers, empty bottles and cans, and cigarette butts. The campaign theme is “Don’t Be A Litterhead” and

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