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Ironwood clean-up day successful


May 7, 2018

Ian Minielly/Daily Globe

LUTHER L. Wright Junior ROTC cadets in the vests aid city of Ironwood employees and residents unload their junk into a front end loader. The cadets from left to right are John Joki, North Kolesar, Amelia Green, Bo Mattson and Cole Brunell in the hat on the right. JROTC students have assisted with all 15 of Ironwood's spring clean-up days.


IRONWOOD - From 8-11 a.m., Saturday, Ironwood hosted its 15th annual spring clean-up day on the vacant lots off Ayer street. Dumpsters were on site as residents drove through the barricaded road in pairs, emptying their items into the bucket of front end loaders.

Toxic materials like car batteries, pesticides, and paint were not accepted for drop off, but old couches and other pieces of furniture were. For the 15th year in a row, the Luther L. Wright Junior ROTC cadets were on hand to assist the city employees in unloading all that stuff.


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