Hutto advocacy group to hold Adopt-A-Spot ribbon cutting, cleanup day at Creekside Park
On July 25, Hutto advocacy organization Bike Hutto will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil a new sign that recognizes Creekside Park as part of the City of Hutto Adopt-A-Spot program. Bike Hutto adopted Creekside Park as a clean-up site in January and has held three beautification events there to promote community engagement and the commitment to “keep Hutto beautiful,” according to a Bike Hutto statement. “We were very pleased to receive Creekside Park as our ‘spot’ in the program,” Bike Hutto Founder Jessica Romigh said in a statement. “So many of us ride the Cottonwood Creek Trail that […]
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