Students And Community Members Holding JPA Community Clean-Up
March 30, 2004 --
and other residents who live on or near Jefferson Park Avenue will
be devoting part of a spring afternoon
up their neighborhood. The JPA Community Clean-Up will take place
Sunday, April 4, from 2 to 4 p.m., with check-in beginning at 1:30
p.m. at Beta Theta Pi fraternity, 124 Maury Ave. Following the
clean-up, all participants are invited to a free dinner at Anna’s
Pizza. Clean-up participants are asked to register by e-mailing
email@example.com or by calling 924-5276. The event will be held
rain or shine.
event is sponsored by the U.Va./Charlottesville Community Coalition.
Coalition members include U.Va. faculty, staff
and students representing
numerous offices and organizations, as well as members of local
neighborhood associations, law enforcement officers and area
neighborhood is really pleased to be working with U.Va. students
and administrators to try to address in a positive way some of
the problems with
noise and litter in our community,” said Dan Clark, who represents
the JPA neighborhood on the coalition and is assistant city engineer with
of Charlottesville. “The vast majority of University students are quite
responsible, and we want to continue building good relationships with them
and the entire community.”
added that he has invited City Council members and candidates
for the upcoming election to join in the clean-up.
for coalition programs comes through a higher learning College
grant awarded to U.Va.’s Center for Alcohol and Substance
Education. The federal grant has been awarded to U.Va. for
two years from the Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention through the Virginia Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control.
more information, contact Paige Hawkins, health educator, Center
for Alcohol and Substance Education at U.Va., 924-5276, firstname.lastname@example.org;
or Dan Clark,
assistant city engineer, city of Charlottesville, 970-3182, email@example.com.
Virginia Carter, (434) 924-1036