Spring Clean-up Again Brings Duquesne and Community Together
The annual Spring Clean-Up rallies Duquesne University students, staff and faculty members to work alongside community members in the Greater Hill District and South Side neighborhoods.
As the groups work toward a cleaner, greener city, they also work on building relationships with neighbors through this effort sponsored by Duquesne's Spiritan Campus Ministry, in collaboration with community groups.
Volunteers will enjoy live music and lunch together afterward, from Z-Best Barbecue for those working in the Hill District and as a Taste of the Neighborhood for those working in the South Side.
When and Where: 9:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 16, across the neighborhoods
9 a.m. check in at the Mellon Patio on the Duquesne campus.
Information: Contact Spiritan Campus Minister Kate Lecci, firstname.lastname@example.org, 412.396.5093
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