Volunteers from Kennedy Heights and across the city came together to help beautify our neighborhood as part of the Great American Cleanup.
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory and other dignitaries were on hand to kick things off before volunteers fanned out throughout the community.
The corner of Kennedy and Woodford, the new Kennedy Heights Cultural Center, Kennedy Park, and the Green Corner were just some of the locations that saw work. The bridge over the railroad tracks received help both above and below as volunteers from Give Back Cincinnati helped replace the eggs on the bridge and cleaned up refuse on the tracks. GBC brought more than 100 volunteers and contributed at all of the locations.
The Great American Cleanup was one of several projects that occurred during the City of Cincinnati's Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP). The NEP saw numerous city agencies working together to bring their resources to Kennedy Heights. Many Thanks to all involved in this neighborhood changing project!
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