Delegate Peter Hammen and neighborhood volunteers joined the Canton Community Association in cleaning up O’Donnell Square during Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Spring Cleanup last Saturday.
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Delegate Peter Hammen joins the cleanup. | Photo by Patricia Clark
Earth Day cleanup volunteers at Canton Square, left to right: Tricia Sutherland, Brian Cavanagh, Jeff Wingfield, Jessica and Meryn Cavanagh, Carol Nickerson, Chris Sicilliano, Pete Hammen, Emily Sherman and Joe Maheady. Canton resident and organizer Carol Nickerson hopes to hold cleanups several times over the year. | Photo by Patricia Clark