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The latest weather forecasts have us channeling Spring and thinking green and clean.
For the fourth consecutive year, Ghidorzi Companies is putting on the Green and Clean event. It's a community wide clean-up event where volunteers go around the greater Wausau area collecting trash.
Last year 500 volunteers participated, collecting more than three tons of trash. Organizers say they hope this year will be bigger and better.
"We have wonderful people in this community and they take a lot of pride in where they live and having litter and garbage around in the streets isn't something that we're going to want or see and it develops a lot of comradery in the city too, having a clean city," Chris Ghidorzi, Director of Property Development said.
The event begins Wednesday May 1 and runs through May 15. Volunteers can drop the trash they've collected at dumpsters located in front of the Courtyard Marriott in Wausau.
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