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Chamber News: Downtown Terre Haute Schedules Spring Clean

Downtown Terre Haute Schedules Spring Clean

Terre Haute, IN – Spring is in the air, which means it’s time for some spring cleaning. This year forgo traditional seasonal tasks like tiding up closets or throwing out clutter and join Downtown Terre Haute and the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce for a Downtown Terre Haute Spring Clean.

Thursday, April 5 from 5 to 7pm crews will work to freshen streets, clean-up trash and more. Numerous government and community leaders have already committed to the effort, including members of the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and officials within city and county government. Local business leaders, especially those downtown, are encouraged to participate.

“The community continues to support the efforts downtown and this is no exception,” says DTH Coordinator Stephanie Pence. “We have been working on events to bring people downtown, to see the great value in what we have and to appreciate our downtown. As we continue to bring people to the area we need to make sure it looks nice too. We hope people can contribute a few hours on a (hopefully) nice evening to spruce things up before First Friday.”

First Friday is scheduled for Friday, April 6. This month’s event, “Spring into Downtown” is sponsored by Dreamery Creamery and will feature a community bike ride.

Individuals or businesses interested in participating in the Downtown Terre Haute Spring Clean can contact Pence at spence@terrehautechamber.com or check-in at the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce office (630 Wabash Avenue) on April 5. Trash bags and various supplies will be provided, but volunteers are encouraged to bring gloves and/or brooms.

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