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Local club spruces up Beacon Blvd.

• Sep 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM

Members of the Tri-Cities Kiwanis Club participated in the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway program on Saturday by picking up litter and trash along Grand Haven’s Beacon Boulevard, from the drawbridge to Robbins Road.

The program provides for service groups to cover areas of highway on a semi-annual basis.

“Kiwanis is particularly proud of our involvement, in that our coverage area is the main thoroughfare of Grand Haven,” said the club’s Bill Swano, “and we want our town to stand out.”

Kiwanis provides services and programs, primarily for children, in local communities — including food banks, medical care, Santa House, swim programs and educational opportunities. Membership is open to community-minded individuals and the club meets at the Eagles every Wednesday at noon.

For more information, visit www.TriCitiesKiwanis.org.

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