Saturday is Big Sweep day, where groups of volunteers scour parks, neighborhoods and waterways for litter - really, any trash in the wrong place is fair game.
Saturday is Big Sweep day, where groups of volunteers scour parks, neighborhoods and waterways for litter - really, any trash in the wrong place is fair game. News & Observer File Photo newsobserver.com
Saturday is Big Sweep day, where groups of volunteers scour parks, neighborhoods and waterways for litter - really, any trash in the wrong place is fair game. News & Observer File Photo newsobserver.com

Family Picks: Make a ‘Big Sweep’ and nix neighborhood litter

September 29, 2016 11:30 AM

UPDATED September 29, 2016 11:30 AM

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