East Windsor Clean Communities Committee Celebrates 2012 Adopt-a-Spot Program

The program was celebrated with a wrap-up event.

Mayor Janice S. Mironov, Council Members and the East Windsor Clean Communities Committee celebrated the 2012 Adopt-a-Spot program with a wrap-up event on Jan. 24.

In the program, participating groups “adopt” one of the public properties identified by the Committee and commit to keep it clean during the year. A placard is erected on the site indicating that it has been “adopted by” with the name of the group. The groups are expected to perform clean up three times a month from April 1 through Nov. 1.  

The 2012 Adopt-A-Spot program participants included Cub Scout Pack 53, Girl Scout Troop 70153, Girl Scout Troop 71693, Girl Scout Troop 70342, Girl Scout Troop 71426, Boy Scout Troop 59, Beth El Synagogue, East Windsor Police Athletic League, Boy Scout Troop 5700 and the Casciano Family.  

“The Adopt-A-Spot program has involved hundreds of young people and been a tremendous success in instilling community awareness and pride, while helping to support the community activities and community service of these worthwhile youth groups," Mironov said. "We congratulate and thank the 2012 participating groups for their good service to the community.”

Mironov and the East Windsor Clean Communities Committee invite and encourage the East Windsor community and school youth and adult groups to participate in the Township 2013 Adopt-A-Spot program.  

Interested in participating? Interested groups should send a letter by March 29 to:

East Windsor Clean Communities Committee
ATTN: Mayor Janice Mironov
16 Lanning Boulevard
East Windsor, New Jersey 08520

The 2013 Clean Communities Committee members are: Chairperson Barry Fliegelman; John Donnelly; Patricia Franks; Joseph LaMagna; Judith Miller; John Putrino; Richard Warren; student member Rohit Palayekar; Director of Public Works William Askenstedt, Council Member Alan Rosenberg, and Mayor Janice Mironov.


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