(Holbrook, New York) Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay and Holbrook Chamber of Commerce sponsored their eleventh Semi-Annual Holbrook Cleanup on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Over 50 volunteers including children, adults, residents, corporate groups, and organizations transformed their appreciation for the environment into action by putting the time and effort to give back in their local community. During this three hour cleanup, volunteers enhanced the overall beauty by removing trash and debris throughout the Holbrook community.
“It is an honor to once again collaborate with the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce for the Semi-Annual Holbrook Cleanup,” said Bill Lindsay, Suffolk County Legislator. “Thanks to the support of the volunteers, especially the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who always come out in force. We were able to make a significant difference in the Holbrook community.”
Volunteers also restored the Holbrook environment through the cleanup project. The Semi-Annual Holbrook Cleanup is a community tradition and was an opportunity for the community to improve the aesthetic of their hometown while keeping Legislator Lindsay’s late father, Presiding Officer Bill Lindsay, legacy alive. Community service was recognized by Legislator Bill Lindsay upon the completion of their cleanup efforts. “On behalf of the Holbrook Chamber, we’re so proud to see and be a part of the semi-annual community cleanup which continues to make a difference in keeping Holbrook looking beautiful,” said Rick Ammirati of the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce.