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18th annual Clean Up Day planned for June 4

With the cost of trash disposal, there will be a minimal charge to take care of unwanted items in the home, yard or garage.

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GARRISON — The Garrison Bay Lake Area Lions Club will have its 18th annual Clean Up Day 8 a.m. to noon June 4 in the Garrison VFW parking lot.

It’s a coordinated one-day event where area residents can drop off trash, tires (with or without rims), bikes, lawnmowers, grills, electronics, appliances, furniture, mattresses, propane tanks, scrap metal and construction refuse. No chemicals or paint are accepted and the club reserves the right to refuse any item.

With the cost of trash disposal, there will be a minimal charge to take care of unwanted items in the home, yard or garage.

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