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Leadership Dallas Alumni Volunteer Opportunity: 10th Street Preservation District

Leadership Dallas Alumni Volunteer Opportunity: 10th Street Preservation District

Date: 5/6/2017
Time: 8:00 AM TO 12:00 PM

310 Leads St.
Dallas, TX 75203


Phone:
(214) 746-6600


Event Description:



If you’d like to give back and be part of a community clean-up, then consider joining us on May 6 as we assist Hearts and Hammers Dallas, Operation 10th Street and BC Workshop Dallas.  From 8:00 AM until noon, volunteers will be working in the 10th Street Preservation District to refurbish homes, clean yards, repair fences, trim trees and other general repairs and neighborhood enhancements.  To learn more about this historic neighborhood, please click here.  You won’t want to miss this impactful opportunity, register today.






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