Kingston Greenways Association schedules Earth Day cleanup

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Donna Eicke, of Franklin Park picks up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Tari Pantaleo, president of the Kingston Greenways picks up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rachel Somerville reaches for garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Alec Walen and his son Ami, 7 pick up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Kevin Sun, 16, his dad Xiong, and Yupeng Liu pick up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Volunteer Breeanne Lemmerling mobilizes other volunteers during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Donna Eicke, of Franklin Park picks up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Tari Pantaleo, president of the Kingston Greenways picks up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rachel Somerville reaches for garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Alec Walen and his son Ami, 7 pick up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Kevin Sun, 16, his dad Xiong, and Yupeng Liu pick up garbage during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Volunteer Breeanne Lemmerling mobilizes other volunteers during the Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup, in Kingston on Apr. 23.SCOTT FRIEDMAN

The Kingston Greenways Association Earth Day Cleanup will be held from 2-4 p.m. on April 23 in the vicinity of Railroad Avenue in the Kingston section of South Brunswick.

Volunteers will tidy the areas adjacent to Railroad and Greenwood avenues, Division Street and Mapleton and Ridge roads.

Grabbers, gloves, orange vests and bags will be provided.

Parking will be along Railroad Avenue off Ridge Road.

For more information, call 609-683-0483 or visit kingstongreenways.org.