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Next Park View Clean Up is Saturday, November 3rd!

November 2, 2018

Georgia Avenue Thrive will hold its next cleanup at 10 a.m., Saturday Nov. 3rd (tomorrow) at the corner of Park Place and Quebec Place.

This clean up will spruce up nearby Park View streets until 10:40 alongside of volunteers from Friends of the Soldiers Home.

Following 10:40, the clean up will proceed to the Armed Forces Retirement Home and clean up the grounds until 11:20. Following the clean up, Lou Vivas of Viva the Life Real Estate will provide coffee and donuts as a thank you. Volunteers can relax at the picnic tables, enjoying food, conversation and the beautiful, early November foliage.

Next Park View Cleanup This Saturday, October 6th!

October 4, 2018

Georgia Avenue Thrive will hold their next neighborhood cleanup this Saturday at 10 a.m. beginning at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Irving Street.

Volunteers will receive free stainless steel straws, thanks to District Bridges. They’ll also debut 10 new, top-notch trash pickers, thanks to a generous donation from DC Reynolds, a wonderful friend of the community.

See the flyer below for more details.

Next Park View Cleanup is Saturday, September 1st!

August 28, 2018

Georgia Avenue Thrive will hold its next Park View cleanup at 10 a.m., Sat. September 1st at the corner of Warder Street and Park Road.

Park View neighbor Jason Cohen, a Compass real estate agent, will be thanking volunteers with donuts and cold drinks.

Georgia Avenue Thrive’s cleanups, a monthly tradition since March 2016, have been recognized by Mayor Bowser. “Your good work is key to keeping your community safer and stronger,” she wrote in a recent letter recognizing Georgia Avenue Thrive.

This is a good opportunity to meet neighbors and keep the neighborhood littler free.

Next Park View Cleanup Scheduled for Saturday, April 7th

April 5, 2018

Georgia Avenue Thrive will hold its next cleanup at 10 a.m., Saturday April 7 at the corner of Georgia and Newton.

This months community partner is Yoga Heights which will be giving a free class for the first 30 volunteers who donate 90 minutes of their time!

Immediately following, volunteers can mingle and enjoy good conversation in the neighborhood. This is Thrive’s latest community get-together, a great opportunity to connect with neighbors.

Thrive’s cleanups have been recognized by Mayor Bowser. “Your good work is key to keeping your community safer and stronger,” she wrote in a recent letter recognizing Georgia Avenue Thrive.

These cleanups are successful in large part due to the commitment of neighbors who come out every month to make Park View a cleaner place. This latest event should be no exception.

See flyer below for details.

Next Park View Cleanup’s on March 3rd

February 20, 2018

Georgia Avenue Thrive will hold its next cleanup at 10 a.m., Saturday March 3rd at the corner of Georgia and Kenyon.

Immediately following, volunteers will meet at Colony Club for a complimentary drink. This is Georgia Avenue Thrive’s latest neighborhood get-together, a great opportunity to connect with neighbors.

To celebrate the two-year anniversary of Thrive’s cleanups, they’ll debut their new, fancy trash-pickers, and professional-grade gloves.

Next Park View Cleanup is Saturday, December 2nd

November 27, 2017

Georgia Avenue Thrive’s next community cleanup will be this Saturday, December 2nd beginning at 10 am.

Neighbors will gather at the corner of Georgia and Irving, by the Park View sign. Immediately following, volunteers can head over to Harrar Coffee & Roastery for special deals and great conversation.

Next Park View Cleanup is This Saturday, November 4th!

November 2, 2017

Georgia Avenue Thrive’s next neighborhood cleanup & community get-together will be this Saturday Nov. 4 at 10 am.

People will gather outside Walls of Books, 3325 Georgia Avenue.

Immediately following the cleanup, volunteers will gather at Walls of Books to mingle and enjoy free hot chocolate thanks to Compass real estate agent Jason Cohen, a Park View resident since 2003.

This is a great initiative of Georgia Avenue Thrive, and well worth the participation.


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