It’s Cluster Cleanup Time!

It’s Cluster Cleanup Time Again!

Days are getting shorter…and colder.
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and yes, New Year’s are all around the corner.

And that means that it must be time for our Fall-Time…

 Cluster Clean-Up!

That’s right. We just got the dates, so we can now tell you all about it.
In case you didn’t know, here’s how it works:

WHAT: The semi-annual Cluster Clean-Up and After-Party Throwdown.

WHEN: On Saturday, November 10th, 2012, beginning at 8:30 a.m.

WHERE: Meet up in the lower cluster area.
The tables, grill, and other party paraphernalia will make it obvious. 

WHY: To make our cluster clean & beautiful and to promote closer community friendships! (And to party!!)

WHO: YOU, if you live here, you’re invited and encouraged to come.
NOTE: If you’ve never attended one of these before, you’ve been missing out.
Come and meet your neighbors and have some fun while we make our cluster more attractive.

This year’s cleanup will focus on:
-Trash Collection
-Spreading of mulch on tot lot.
-Targeted sapling/small tree removal
-Landscaping on Upper Island
-Invasive plant species removal
-And More!  🙂

 

Future Cluster events include Cluster Clean Up, Reston Association periodic inspections of Wheelwright Cluster homes, Parking Lot Sealing, and more!  So stay tuned!

Thanks for reading, and we look forward to seeing you at the Fall Cluster Clean-Up on Saturday, November 10th!

Tony Pearl (Webmaster), on Behalf of the Wheelwright Cluster Board

P.S.  Please RSVP that you WILL or WON’T be there by leaving a COMMENT in the lil’ section Below. (Free Food? Free Beer? Fun making new friends? Why wouldn’t you come?)…

3 responses to It’s Cluster Cleanup Time!
  • Scott Heckman

    I will be there!

  • Dennis Schulte

    Hey – thanks for the dirt around the islands. The center island in the lower cluster really needed it!

  • Mary Dominiak

    I will be at the Cluster Clean-Up, ready to work! It won’t make up for me being unavailable for the annual meeting this year, but I’ll give it my best shot.

    Looking at the trash that always accumulates in the ditch along Olde Crafts leading toward the bus stop on South Lakes, I’m tempted to invest in signs that say. “People who THROW trash ARE trash. Don’t be trash!”

    I think that after I retire from the Fed at the end of November, I’ll try to police that area and collect trash …

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