LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - The annual effort to clean up our neighborhoods here in La Crosse is off to a good start, but more volunteers are needed.
More than a hundred volunteers with the ReNew La Crosse effort have helped complete dozens housing and community clean-up projects during the month of May. In the Powell-Poage-Hamilton and Washburn neighborhoods alone, 40 projects on 26 properties have been completed.
Although a lot of work has been done so far, volunteers are still needed to cross a few more projects off the ReNew list. If you'd like to donate your time to the cause, you can visit their website at renewlacrosse.org.
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