Page Attacks Trash returns on April 22

Hazel Starling of Page High School submitted the winning piece in the art contest, titled “Page Attacks Trash.”

Page Attacks Trash returns for another year of community service on Saturday, April 22, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Roll up your sleeves and stop by the Page Townhouse on the corner of 6th Ave. and S. Lake Powell Blvd. for cleanup assignments, trash bags and a free T-shirt. Enjoy the outdoors and bring along friends and family for a little spring cleaning.

Once you’ve filled your bags, you can return them to one of six designated drop-off areas and head back to the townhouse for a delicious free lunch courtesy of the Courtyard by Marriott and Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours. 

This year, the Page Attacks Trash planning committee held an art contest open to area youth in grades 9-12 to feature their artwork on this year’s T-shirt, posters and other promotion of the community event.

Hazel Starling of Page High School submitted the winning piece titled, “Page Attacks Trash” (at right). She will be formally awarded for her work at the regular City Council meeting on April 12.

Hazel and all the contestants will have their original work displayed inside the Townhouse on April 22 during Page Attacks trash. The committee thanks everyone involved in the art contest for making it a success this year.

Everyone is welcome to participate in the Page Attacks Trash community cleanup. If you plan to take part, don’t forget to dress appropriately for the weather, and bring sun protection and water.

This volunteer event is made possible by the City of Page, Coconino Community College Page Center, Glen Canyon Conservancy, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and many other generous community sponsors and volunteers like you.

For more information, contact Kay Leum by email at [email protected] or by phone at 928-645-6682.

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