Girls Scouts across three states will be taking part in this year's Centennial Day of Service today to participate in a wide range of community projects.
The Centennial Day of Service is the largest environmental service project in River Valley history. Troops from Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin will all be chipping in to one of three ways to help out:
- Public space clean-up. Troops will help to remove loose dirt and leaves from sewer grates, boat launches and more.
- Residential education. Troops will help educate the community by distributing door hangers.
- Storm drain marking. Troops will help label storm drain inlets to help warn citizens to not dump pollutants into the drains.
Volunteers, friends, family, neighbors, local businesses, community groups, waste management resources, and civic and community leaders will also be lending a helping hand during the day of service.
Taking place today across all 49 counties in River Valley's service area.