The village of Newark announced in a press release the details of the 15th Annual Community Pride Day on May 22:
The Village of Newark streets, front yards and parks got cleaner and greener recently at the village’s 15th Annual Community Pride Day on May 22nd. Volunteers planted flowers, pulled weeds and picked up trash throughout the village. Residents and business owners all over the village also showed their pride by cleaning and adorning their own front yards and storefronts with beautiful flowers in an effort to make our community sparkle.
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s contest, ESL Federal Credit Union for “Most Colorful Newark Business Exterior” and to Joe O’Toole at 412 East Avenue for “Most Colorful Newark Resident’s Front Yard”. Each won a $200 prize.
The Community Pride Day Committee would like to thank the following businesses and organizations for their generous support of The 2021 Newark “Color our Community Pride Day”: Wal-Mart, Secor Home and Hardware Center, HEP Sales/North Main Lumber/Builder’s Bargain Outlet, Plassche Lumber, Q’s Landscape Enterprise, Inc., Newark Rotary Club, Newark Garden Club, the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce, and the Village of Newark.
The committee would also like to thank the many community volunteers and residents who got their hands dirty and have colored our community with beautiful flowers!
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