Do you know your block captain?
If your answer is "yes", great! Block Captains serve our community in many different capacities. They take the time to get to know their neighbors. They contact them with important news and invite them to community events. They report neighbors' concerns and serve as a link between them and various city organizations, including the LCA Bike Ambassadors. Most importantly, Block Captains look for opportunities to support the neighborhood. They may lend a hand by shoveling your sidewalk, raking leaves, picking up trash or even bringing in your groceries. Essentially, your Block Captain is a good neighbor.
If you answered "no", don't worry. There are many blocks without a designated block captain. Do you know someone who could fit that role? Maybe yourself?
To learn more about becoming a Block Captain, visit: http://www.neighborsunitedlancaster.com/block-captains.html
Neighbors United is joining other neighborhoods across Pennsylvania for a Spring cleaning. On Saturday, April 18th from 9 am to noon, our neighborhood Block Captains and leaders will be looking for help to make our community a cleaner place.
There are a few target areas that we wish to clean up, but more helpers will allow us to expand to every street in our neighborhood. Volunteers will receive all the necessary tools and supplies to get started.
If you are interested in making your community a cleaner place, please complete the form below or contact Timm Wegner.
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