Cleaning up the neighborhood

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  • Austin Montgomery/Beloit Daily News Beloit resident Hector Hernendez discards old used tires during the first Merrill neighborhood cleanup on Saturday morning. Organizers said they were able to collect around 100 TV sets, along with making house visits to assist with trash pickup. A second cleanup will take place next Saturday, Aug. 17 on Beloit's west side in the Hackett neighborhood. The event is jointly put on by Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Beloit Public Works Department and Beloit police and fire departments.

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    Austin Montgomery/Beloit Daily News (From left): Beloit residents 5-year-old Jordan, his 1-year-old brother Aiden and mother Amber Thompson play at Summit Park on Saturday morning during the kickoff of the Merrill neighborhood cleanup day and resource fair. The event marks the first of two cleanups, with the second day set for next Saturday, Aug. 17 in the Hackett neighborhood. The event is a joint effort between Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Beloit.

  • Austin Montgomery/Beloit Daily News Beloit resident Hector Hernendez discards old used tires during the first Merrill neighborhood cleanup on Saturday morning. Organizers said they were able to collect around 100 TV sets, along with making house visits to assist with trash pickup. A second cleanup will take place next Saturday, Aug. 17 on Beloit's west side in the Hackett neighborhood. The event is jointly put on by Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Beloit Public Works Department and Beloit police and fire departments.

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    Austin Montgomery/Beloit Daily News (From left): Beloit residents 5-year-old Jordan, his 1-year-old brother Aiden and mother Amber Thompson play at Summit Park on Saturday morning during the kickoff of the Merrill neighborhood cleanup day and resource fair. The event marks the first of two cleanups, with the second day set for next Saturday, Aug. 17 in the Hackett neighborhood. The event is a joint effort between Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Beloit.

Community Action, Habitat for Humanity and the City of Beloit Public Works Department and Beloit police and fire departments helped organize the first Merrill neighborhood cleanup on Saturday morning.

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