Thanks to all who took a mourning walk down North Point Road and picked up the light rubbish along the road. Thanks for all who pick up daily. And thanks in advance for all who will in the future.
Much of the litter is generated from litter bugs visiting Fort Howard Park and visitors who fish in the dike.
The best way to fight it is to not let it lay, just pick it up when you see it.
Community pride in a tidy Fort Howard can be additionally rewarded by reporting your and your children’s “community hours.”
Parents can submit the hours. Children are NOT required to participate in an organized event or gathering, they can simply go out side and contribute.
The children’s “community hours,” can then be submitted to meet the high school graduation requirements.
Adult hours enable county & state community grant for community improvements i.e. roads/drainage etc.
Please call or email your or your child’s hours to 410 477 2040 or at forthoward.org
Lastly, thanks to the Odd Fellows Lodge #4 for disposing of the collected litter.
“It’s our community, let’s take care of it.”