Medina sponsors Creek Clean-Up Day

June 3, 2012 by  

The city of Medina is planning a Creek Clean-Up Day this month in an effort to help make the community a cleaner and more appealing area. The event is planned for Saturday, June 9 and will offer a great opportunity for locals to put something back into their area.

Those who wish to participate in the Clean-Up Day will meet at two different locations within the community. Check-in time is at 8:30 am at either the Medina Community Church, at 416 S. Broadway, or the Ray Mellert Park, located just off Foundry Street. A lunch will also be served at noon for those participating in the environmentally-friendly event.

Community clean-ups and events in and around the Medina area may use local printing companies for flyer printing and poster printing to draw attention to the event and raise awareness within the community. Events such as the Creek Clean-Up Day, which require a community effort, often distribute flyers, brochures, and other information to citizens in an effort to encourage participation.

Medina’s Creek Clean-Up Day is a community wide effort that gives Medina citizens an opportunity to help clean up the city’s waterways and make a difference. Groups forming at the two locations will clean up Bradway Creek and Champion Creek. In the words of Councilman Mark Kolesar:

“This is a chance to make a difference in your own life and the community you love.”

Those individuals interested in participating in Creek Clean-Up Day can get further information by calling the Community Development Department at 330-722-9029. Registration forms can also be obtained at