Bronx Events: Crotona Community Cleanup This Saturday
| August 11, 2011
(File photo by Jeanmarie Evelly)
This Saturday, August 13, the youth group at the Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center and members of Community Board 6 are hosting a neighborhood cleanup event from 12 to 2 p.m., along Mapes Avenue outside the community center between 178th and 179th Streets.
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