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More than 700 pounds of trash removed from Etra Lake Park in East Windsor

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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR
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More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling. The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.  Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.PHOTO COURTESY OF TOWNSHIP OF EAST WINDSOR

More than 80 volunteers participated in a cleanup of Etra Lake Park in East Windsor on April 24, collecting 706 pounds of trash and recycling.

The Watershed Institute works with residents, municipal, county and state leaders and local groups on a wide variety of initiatives and actions to plan smart, grow community and preserve and protect our natural resources.

Pictured are local volunteers, including Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Council Members Peter Yeager, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller; Business Ombudswoman Sherry Cronin; scouts; and area residents.

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