CT residents clean up Bridgeport to cultivate community pride

Residents from across Connecticut came out to clean up Bridgeport's south end today. New Vision International Ministries hosted a community cleanup day today that drew more than 200 volunteers who helped neighbors with all types of yard work in hopes of cultivating community pride. The cleanup area, which spanned about 60 acres of land, has grown each year since the initiative began three years ago.

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