Group volunteers for service project in Youngstown

Volunteers from St. Patrick's Church in Youngstown spent Saturday cleaning up the city
Volunteers from St. Patrick's Church in Youngstown spent Saturday cleaning up the city

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Nearly 100 volunteers from a Youngstown church got to work on Saturday to help cleanup the city.

The volunteers from St. Patrick’s Church were spotted on Midlothian Boulevard cleaning up the intersection at Interstate 680.  Workers from Community Corrections and STREETSCRAPE also assisted with different projects around the city including painting projects, lawn work and street cleanups in downtown Youngstown.

The service projects are part of the national Families on a Mission outreach program.

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