WARNER ROBINS -- Warner Robins volunteers will help clean up two areas in the north side of the city Saturday, according to Housing Authority Executive Director Sheryl Frazier.
Frazier said the local Georgia Initiative for Community Housing committee is collaborating with Keep Warner Robins Beautiful and New Hope International Church to clean up Sewell Circle and Camellia Circle between 9 a.m. and noon Saturday.
The clean up is part of the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing commitment that is focusing on the city’s north side, Frazier said.
“When we looked at the city, that is the area that had the most blighted lots,” she said.
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Anyone interested in volunteering for the clean up may call Keep Warner Robins Beautiful at 929-7258.
To contact writer Christina M. Wright, call 256-9685.