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MCV Green Affairs focuses on making MCV campus at VCU and the Richmond community greener through service and education. This student-led organization welcome students, faculty, and staff, from all schools and disciplines, both medical and academic from either campus, as well as Richmond community members to help us pursue our goals of educational outreach, increased recycling access, improved sustainable practices and policies at VCU, and community outreach. Email Green Affairs to share your ideas or to get involved.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Union Hill Neighborhood Clean-Up

Time
Saturday, November 13 · 2:00pm - 4:00pm

LocationMeet at 22nd St. Parking Lot
Across from Temple of Judah, 2120 Venable St. (Venable & 22nd)
Richmond, VA

More Info
Show some love for the Richmond community by coming to our first Union Hill neighborhood clean-up! We are adopting the 1800 block of O St. (through Richmond City Adopt-a-Block), so help us beautify it and the surrounding neighborhood by coming out and offering your hands for a couple of hours. You can earn volunteer hours for class and for the goodness of your heart!

Please meet at 1:50pm in front of the 22nd St. parking area across from the Temple of Judah (big red brick building). Wear good walking shoes that you don't mind getting rough in & bring your own durable gloves if you have any. Snacks will be provided, but try to bring your own water bottle. Bring your friends & help beautify RVA!

We will also have Green Unity T-Shirts for sale and will be taking pre-orders for Green Unity Water Bottles both for $10 each after the event. Your purchase helps support MCV Green Unity and their community and educational outreach efforts like this event!

The Temple of Judah has been gracious enough to let us use their parking lot. Click on the link below for direction to parking, the meeting spot, and the clean-up route:


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