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NEIGHBORS, HELPING NEIGHBORS

P.I.E.C.E.S., which stands for, “People Invoking
Empowerment, Change, Employment and Success,” recently stepped up and adopted a stretch
of Wyandotte Avenue in a part of South Oroville that is within the City limits. The organization,
which is led by Thomas Craig, recognized a need to provide a consistent approach to helping
the area keep a very busy street and its two adjacent schools free of litter. Mr. Craig stated,
“We saw a need and developed a plan. People just need to make the time to really make a
difference.” He went on to say, “Before we began, the school fences caught the litter, now the
fences are clean, the sidewalks are clean and the streets are clean.”

Several signs identifying the commitment were prominently placed along Wyandotte Avenue,
starting at Myers Street and continuing to Lower Wyandotte Road, by the Public Works
crew from the City of Oroville. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. Mr. Craig may
be reached at pieces.oroville@gmail.com or call the City of Oroville at (530) 538-2401 for
information about the Adopt-a-Street Program.

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