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Valley Clean-Up Weekend

Valley Clean-Up Weekend

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The City of Minot and local businesses are joining forces to clean-up the River Valley this weekend.

City officials approached the North Dakota Petroleum council and Enbridge Pipelines to get the project rolling.

Currently, project organizers are seeking volunteers who can help cut and remove overgrown grass and weeds caused by the 2011 flood.

The volunteers will clean up city-owned properties.

Over ten local businesses have already signed up for the project that kicks off this Friday morning and runs through Saturday.

However, one project official says anyone is invited to get involved.

(Katie Haarsager, Enbridge Communications Relations Advisor)"We're looking for businesses or individuals, groups or just one person, anyone who wants to come out. If they have gloves and a weed whacker or just themselves, they can come out and we'll put them to work.

For more information on the project and how you can volunteer, go to NorthDakotaOilCan.com and click the river valley clean up link.

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