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Stansbury Community Cleanup Deemed a Success

More than 40 volunteers from two organizations cleaned up the Stansbury-Eastfield community and park on Saturday.

by John Long

More than 40 volunteers arrived on a crisp October Saturday morning to clean up Stansbury Park.

The effort was organized by the Eastfield-Stansbury Civic Association and assisted by Clean Bread and Cheese Creek.

Volunteers walked the shorelines, combed the beaches and searched through bushes to remove bottles, cans and fast food waste a-plenty.  Golf balls and fishiing equipment (bobbers, bait containers, lures and fishing line) were also removed in abundance.

By the end of the cleanup, 35 trash bags of trash as well as two and a half shopping carts, a bicycle, a scooter and a construction cone had been removed from the park allowing its natural beauty to shine through again.

Clean Bread and Cheese Creek would like to thank ESCA for its continued effort to help keep Stansbury Park a place where everyone can come to enjoy the beauty of nature.

We would also like to thank the 10 volunteers from Clean Bread and Cheese Creek who gave up part of their Saturday morning to help with this worthwhile effort.

John Long is the founder and president of Clean Bread and Cheese Creek.

ESCA October 15, 2012 at 02:10 AM
Thank you to all the volunteers including JOINS, Clean Bread and Cheese Creek, Scouts, and community members. Together we make a difference!
Bread and Cheese Creek October 15, 2012 at 12:13 PM
Thank you volunteers for giving up part of your Saturday to help make a difference to our community and the enviroment! Our volunteers truly are incredible! Thank you for helping to make a difference!
Buzz Beeler October 15, 2012 at 03:04 PM
Karen and Rick Cruz take care of business and have one the of the best kept neighborhoods in Dundalk. John is too busy cleaning up to sign his name and Marge was there for Patch. What more could you ask for.
Friends of Dundalk's Waterfront Parks October 15, 2012 at 07:14 PM
Thank you volunteers! Stansbury Park is a better place for all creatures who visit or make this area their home. Baltimore County, let's empty those park trash cans every week. There is no good excuse for allowing garbage to blow into the pond, the stream, or Lynch Cove.
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