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I am looking forward to our annual community-wide cleanup in Centralia and beyond. For many years, the Abbarno family has participated in Earth Day cleanups and Community-Wide cleanups to better our neighborhood and City.

The law office of Althauser Rayan Abbarno and the Abbarno Family each adopted a block for the 2015-2016 Centralia Adopt-A-Block program and were awarded a Certificate of Appreciation!

It is important to encourage participation, but even more so, it is important to be an example through participation. Our community gets better, gets cleaner, and gets closer by joining the cleanup! Here are some local events:

  • Seminary Hill Spring Cleanup on May 4th at 10am at Seminary Hill;
Antonio Abbarno participating in the Seminary Hill Spring Cleanup in 2017
  • Centralia Cleanup is every Saturday at 9am at the Exit 81 Park-n-Ride;
Antonio and Peter Abbarno digging a utility ditch on Seminary Hill to run power to the building and parking lot in 2016.
  • Centralia Downtown Association Spring Cleanup on April 28, May 4, and May 5 at Noon at the CDA office on North Tower;
Holly Abbarno with Antonio and Sophia participating in the Adopt-A-Block cleanup on North Washington Avenue in 2015.
  • City of Centralia Cleanup and FREE Bags and Disposal on May 4th from Noon – 3:00pm at Centralia City Hall!

Organized cleanup events are fun! I encourage individuals, families, and businesses to work on keeping their neighborhood and community clean all year long!

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