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Also participating will be members of the Riverside High School Vikings football team under the supervision of coach Ben Thomas.

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From left: John Hambrose, Community Relations Coordinator at Alliance Landfill in Taylor; Brittney Thomas, Old Forge High School volunteer coordinator, Tom Blaskiewicz, McCarthy Tire director of government contracts; Bob Mulkerin, Old Forge mayor; state Rep. Sid Michaels Kavulich; Paul Sochovka, Alliance Landfill operations manager; Stan Kania, Moosic Borough councilman; John Segilia, Moosic Borough councilman; Joe Iacavazzi, Taylor Borough public works foreman; John Tigue, Taylor Borough councilman.

State Rep. Sid Michaels Kavulich will sponsor the seventh annual Triboro Clean up on Saturday, April 29, in Taylor, Moosic and Old Forge.

The event is part of the Great American Cleanup of PA, and will take place from 9 a.m. to noon that day. Groups interested in participating, and local businesses interested in offering their support, can call Kavulich’s office at 570-562-2350 for more information.

“We live and work in wonderful communities and every spring, just like our homes and cars, they deserve a thorough cleaning,” said Kavulich. “I’m inviting everyone in the Triboro area to get involved and make their community a better place in which to live.”

Officials from Taylor, Old Forge and Moosic. Alliance Landfill and Waste Management will donate waste containers, transportation and disposal services. McCarthy Tire Co. will help dispose of tires collected at the cleanup.

Kavulich’s office and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation are contributing safety vests, work gloves, garbage bags and other supplies.

The Great American Cleanup of PA is an annual event held in conjunction with the Great American Cleanup of Keep America Beautiful.