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Community comes together to spruce up Sherman Boulevard

MUSKEGON, MICH. – Sherman Boulevard got some sprucing up on Monday, which will turn into an annual event.

 

A number of volunteers were along the boulevard painting fences, removing weed and cleaning up trash from along the side of the road.

 

The community event is part of Watch Muskegon’s revamped image campaign. Organizers say Sherman Boulevard such a high-traffic corridor that all of the Muskegon area will benefit if it’s a little nicer.

 

The effort got a big hand from around 40 teens who arrived from all around the country to take part the Catholic Heart Work Camp.

 

 

 

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