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700 Volunteers Give Mansfield a Clean Sweep

May 2014 - The weather warmed up just in time to welcome more than 700 volunteers to the 7th annual Great American Cleanup of Mansfield on May 3. Numerous community groups, including boy scouts, cub scouts, girl scouts, daisy troops, several religious groups, teams from Mansfield High School, and … • Read More •

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KAB National Conference Offers Learning Opportunities

February 2014 - Keep Mansfield Beautiful executive director Neil Rhein attended the KAB national conference (Keep America Beautiful) in Charlotte, NC in early February. The conference provides an opportunity for KAB affiliates from around the country to sharpen their skills and learn about creative … • Read More •

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Beautifying the Gateway to Downtown Mansfield

October 2013 - If you're driving eastbound into downtown Mansfield along Route 106, you may notice something along the side of the road: beauty! With the completion of our latest beautification project, the weeds and litter along the embankment in front of the train station parking lot are gone. In … • Read More •

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KMB Takes Notice of Mansfield Crossing’s New Green Spaces

October 2013 - Mansfield Crossing and WS Development received Keep Mansfield Beautiful's most recent “We Noticed!” award on October 2. This award recognizes local business owners who make an extra effort to beautify and maintain the appearance of their business property. Mansfield Crossing’s … • Read More •

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Mansfield Community Mural Takes Shape

September 2013 - Thanks to support from local businesses and residents, progress on the Mansfield Community Mural gained momentum over the summer. Generous donations from Mansfield Bank, Mansfield Fabricare, Sandy Levine, and many others have enabled muralist Ian Gaudreau and local volunteers to … • Read More •

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