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Apr 28 (Sat): George Page Park and Hetzel Park Cleanup, Along the Assunpink Creek.

East Trenton Collaborative

 Spring - Kick-Off (Mercer Co).

10am – 2pm. Volunteers are welcome to join us at any time during the cleanup.

The Assunpink Creek is a 23- mile long stream beginning in rural Monmouth County and eventually flows through Trenton where it empties into the Delaware River. The name Assunpink is from the Lenape people’s language Ahsn'pinkk, meaning "stony, watery place".

Plastics litter our cities, rivers and oceans, and growing evidence shows how they contribute to health problems in humans and animals. Please join the NJ Sierra Club’s Central Group with Isles, Inc., a community development and environmental organization based in Trenton to collect trash and litter in the Parks and along the Assunpink Creek.

Meet at George Page Park, North Clinton Avenue – park at Lawrence Street. Bring water, snacks and lunch. Trash bags and gloves will be provided.

Co-Leaders: George & Leona F. 609-259-3734 Leona@pineypaddlers.com  and Joanne P 609-443-6992 jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com (C)

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Special Event Scheduled for May 6, 2018

NJ Sierra Club’s first hike on the Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail!

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