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Williston Cleanup Week

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The winter months can take a toll on the appearance of a city.

In the spirit of spring cleaning, this week is clean-up week in Williston.

The Clean-Up Committee extended the now week-long event to accommodate companies during the work week.

This year, the committee added participation from recycling companies.

The community is encouraged to bring old electronics and used tires to Davidson Park on Saturday to be recycled.

(Barb Peterson, Williston Economic Development) "With the rapid growth we've had, of course, the litter has also increased. It really takes everybody to do their part and in turn it builds community pride, community spirit, and it shows that we're a nice clean city that cares about our city."

One final clean-up push will be made on Saturday --- along with a free meal and t-shirts.

Volunteers can meet in the parking lot of Aafedt Stadium and Davidson Park on Saturday from 8:30 to noon.

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