Community members and other local volunteers are asked to join the City of Nolanville in a day of service to benefit the community on Saturday, September 10.
"We are excited to bring together volunteers to help us remember those we lost on 9/11, as well as to honor our first responders and give service to our community. I hope you plan to join us next Saturday to serve," said Mayor of Nolanville Andy Williams
The event will take place from 10:30 a.m. until noon, with the morning starting at Nolanville City Hall. The event will begin with a moment of remembrance honoring those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, attacks and all first responders before dividing up into various areas of service projects within the community.
Planned service activities include neighborhood clean-up projects, local park beautification, painting, and more.
The City will also provide trash collection kits, which include trash bags, grabbers, and gloves, to those wanting to go out on their own or a different day.
The 9/11 Nation Day of Service is the largest annual day of charitable service in the United States. The September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance and Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday are the only Days of Service officially recognized and established under federal law and Presidential Proclamation.
For more information on how you can be a volunteer or for additional project ideas, please contact City of Nolanville's Community Outreach Coordinator Jennifer Shidler at 254-698-6335 EXT. 4 or via email at Jshidler@nolanvilletx.gov
Jennifer Shidler, Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator 254-698-6335 EXT 4 Jshidler@nolanvilletx.gov