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Volunteers from Chattahoochee High School will carry trash bags and picker-uppers to collect litter in the water and on the shores of Johns Creek. In the past three years, volunteers have picked up an estimated 1,500 pounds of litter in the creek from Old Alabama Road to about a half-mile north of State Bridge Road.
A Chattahoochee High School science teacher in the group will discuss the ecology of Johns Creek and other items of interest.
We need 2 extra adult volunteers to assist with the cleanup this year.
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North Fulton Serves
The North Fulton Day of Service to date has organized over 600 service opportunities for the community to volunteer and serve our local nonprofits. Projects focus on hunger, homelessness, community beautification, environmental education and working with our seniors and children. Some of our nonprofit partners for this year’s events include the Drake House, North Fulton Community Charities, Ed Isakson Alpharetta Family YMCA, Foster Care Support and Senior Services North Fulton, Homestretch, the Lionheart School, Rivers Alive as well as our civic partners the City of Alpharetta and the City of John's Creek.
Visit NFServes.org for more information on upcoming events and for a list of our nonprofit partners and volunteer groups. Volunteers can begin registering for the service projects starting September 1, 2015. You can email email@example.com with any question regarding the Day of Service and how to participate.