Friday, April 26, 2013
You can volunteer at a couple of spots along the Charles on April 27.
The annual Charles River Cleanup was postponed by the tragic events of last week, but has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 27 and you can volunteer in Watertown. The 14th annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup runs from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 27. Volunteers will be provided with gloves, trash bags and a free T-shirt for participating in the cleanup. Two local drop-in locations are available for those who have not signed up for one of the cleanup efforts. See the following information to find out about the drop in locations: Dealtry Memorial Pool, 138 Pleasant Street, Watertown. This site is just outside of Watertown Square. Limited parking is available. Contact Mike Buckley at 617-722-1280 ext. 1284 for more information. …
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Three groups will be cleaning the banks of the river in Watertown on April 20.
For the 14th year, groups will gather along the banks of the Charles River to clean up the riverfront as part of the Earth Day Celebration. Watertown residents have three options in town to join one of the clean up efforts, which take place Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to noon. Information about the cleanups: Watertown (north side of river), from North Street/Farwell Street, to the Arsenal Street Bridge, and Brighton (south side of river), from Watertown Square/Galen Street to Eliot Bridge Contact: Michael Buckley, Senator Brownsberger’s Office 617-722-1280 x1284 Newton, Weston, Wellesley, from Nahanton St, Newton. to Waltham line (at Auburndale Park), and Newton (south side of river) from North Street/Farwell Street to …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from Watertown helped remove trash from along the Charles River as part of an Earth Day cleanup along the length of the river.
Boy Scouts from Troop 30 and Cub Scouts from Troop 30 spent Saturday morning removing trash from along the Charles River in Watertown. The Scouts joined the largest river cleanup in the state, in honor of Earth Day. At 10 spots along the river, from Milford to Boston, during the 13th annual Charles River Cleanup. See photos provided by Scout Leader John VanRyn.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Volunteers will gather at Dealtry Pool to clean up along the Charles River in Watertown.
Spend Earth Day, Saturday, April 21, cleaning up the area along the Charles River in Watertown. A group, including State Sen. Will Brownsberger, will meet at the DCR Dealtry Pool, 138 Pleasant St., and will participate in the state's largest river cleanup. At 10 spots along the river, from Milford to Boston, more than 100 volunteer groups from businesses, universities, neighborhoods, civic associations, and scout troops will pitch in. The 13th annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup, which is part of the Earth Day celebration, will run from 9 a.m. to noon. Every volunteer will receive a free t-shirt designed by MassART student Nathan Olson. Following the cleanup, volunteers are invited to gather on the Esplanade in Boston where Deputy …