Celebrate Earth Day and Our Gloucester Community 2008

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Real Estate Agent with Remax Connection

As a realtor, I know first hand the importance of having clean and well cared for community surroundings.  It is the places in Gloucester County that really make the difference for prospective buyers when they are seeking out their next place to call home.  It is also the difference for current Gloucester County residents who cherish and love the community and all that it offers. 

As many of you know, Gloucester County is a melting pot of unique styles and trends.  In our community you can be in a country or city setting, visit a historical or modern museum, and take part in an enormous variety of events whether it be very casual or possibly even black tie.  Irregardless of what you enjoy most about Gloucester County it seems we truly do have something to please everyone.  And it is all of these things, that really makes the difference for residents and prospective real estate purchasers. 

So with Earth Day right around the corner, I thought it was very appropriate to share with you the details of our Gloucester County earth day celebration.  I believe it is a time to celebrate the wonders of our earth and its preservation, as well as the wonders of our community and its preservation.  By keeping a conscious thought on our environmental impact we can make a difference and keep our Gloucester County community the wonderful place that it is; a place that makes a difference for prospective buyers between just looking for their next house or looking for their next place to call home. 

I would therefore encourage you to stop by the Washington Lake Park Amphitheater on April 19th to celebrate Earth Day and our Gloucester County community.  It will be held from 10AM to 4PM and be filled with loads of informational and fun events.  There will also be a recycling spot where you can bring batteries, cell phones, eye glasses, hearing aids, printer cartridges, and spring plants (the spring plants will be replanted in Washington Lake Park).  While there you can also pick up some free Norway Spruce and White Pine seedlings for use on your own property. 

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