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Sioux City is having their First Annual Downtown Clean-Up on April 22nd, which happens to be Earth Day.
If you're interested in helping here's a little more on what it's all about.
The city of Sioux City is partnering up with Body and Soul, Rebos, Pearls Wine and Booze, and Downtown Partners to help clean-up the downtown area.
The event starts on the corner of Fourth and Court Street on April 22nd at 12:30 p.m.
Everyone in Sioux City is welcome to attend.
Environmental Services Analyst, Derek Carmona, says, "Basically we want to get people out, and get people moving, get people together. We're trying get the community active in cleaning up our community and cleaning up our city."
It all starts with community involvement from businesses and individuals.
Executive Director of Downtown Partners, Ragen Cote, says, "We love being involved with something like this, obviously it's for the clean–up of downtown which is always a good thing"
Getting clean is not easy. So, what can you do to get involved and help out?
Body and Soul Representative, Lynn Kolbaums, says "Well number one, try to get a friend to come walk and help with the downtown clean-up would be amazing"
If you do come, you don't have to bring anything; trash bags and gloves are provided.
In an effort to help sponsor these local businesses there will be a raffle drawing for one of three prizes.
-Level 1: $25 = 2 raffle tickets
-Level 2: $50 = 5 raffle tickets
First, second, and third place prizes will be given out. Prizes include spa treatments, dinner at Rebos Restaurant, manicures, private yoga sessions, and much more.
Proceeds from the raffle tickets will go toward the Audubon Society and clean water projects through Aveda. For more information on this visit their websites: www.audubon.org, www.aveda.com.