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Two Harbors Community Clean-Up Saturday, May 4, 2024

While Earth Day 2024 has come and gone, and while everyday we each have the opportunity to be good stewards of our communities; Two Harbors has set aside a day specifically to come together and make their community shine. The Two Harbors annual Community Clean-Up is coming Saturday, May 4th. As a collaboration between Castle Danger Brewery, Granite Gear, Lake County Soil & Water Conservation, Lovin’ Lake County, and Grounds Keepers, the goal of the clean-up is for the community to come together to beautify Two Harbors by picking up trash and debris. The focus will be on trails, parks, creeks, and high traffic ar­eas.

Though the event is held in Two Harbors, all are encouraged to clean up in their communities, wherever they are. “Just walking around two hours on a Saturday can make a difference in the com­munity,” Brooke Coyle, Marketing and Events Coordinator at Castle

Danger Brewery said. This difference is not only seen in the beauty of the town, but also in the pride com-munity members can have for their community. Those interested in the clean-up can register at https:// castledangerbrewery.com/event/ communitycleanup2024/. Prize giveaways will be held, and a free beer or root beer given to all participants. Baptism River Barbecue and the Rainy Rose Food Truck will be at Castle Danger Brewery starting at noon on May 4th. The clean-up will run from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on May 4th, with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. on the corner by Castle Danger Brewery. Teaching children to help clean up litter establishes a sense of responsibility in them and allows them to do something to help. There are many benefits to picking up litter, including a more beautiful community, time spent outdoors, and reduction of crime. May the Fourth be with you this weekend as you help to beautify our corner of the galaxy.

Haley Searls
Haley Searls
Hello! My name is Haley Searls. I’ve loved writing from an early age, though my nonfiction writing at five years old consisted mainly of weather and gardening reports. I still have some of those early articles: “It’s sunny.” “It’s still sunny.” “It’s raining.” I’m glad to say my writing has improved since then. I wrote a guest post for the Silver Bay Public Library blog, and was the writer/editor of the newsletter for my American Heritage Girls troop. I have been writing for the North Shore Journal since June 2022. Besides writing, I love reading, drawing, photography, music, and spending time with family and friends. Two books that have really influenced my writing are Reforming Journalism by Marvin Olasky and Writer to Writer by Bodie and Brock Thoene. As a journalist, I want to share positive community interactions and inspire people to make lasting connections. Article topics that interest me are ones which show community activities and involvement. Such articles include community events, youth accomplishments, library programming, small businesses, local history, local artists and authors, art programs, and cultural events such as theater and dance. If you have an article idea, email the North Shore Journal with my name in the subject line! I look forward to hearing from you!
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