Even the youngest of workers can find satisfaction in a job well done. During a recent neighborhood clean-up, young Llyod here helps rake debris pulled from under bushes along the road.
Bottles, cans, and plastic will all catch water in the spring and play host to hoards of mosquitoes who hatch in the stagnate water. Eliminating the standing water prevents the mosquitoes from breeding making the neighborhood safer from diseases carried by the little pests.
The winter is an excellent time to seek out the potential water reservoirs and remove them for recycling.
The Nina Simone Birthplace and BnESCO encourage every community to "clean-up" on a regular bases and prevent mosquitoes from breeding.
WHY DON'T YOU ORGANIZE A NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN-UP WHERE YOU LIVE? -- You will be glad you did.
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