Councilwoman Butler, Dismas Charities Residents Embark On Large Clean-Up Effort

A handful of men from the St. Ann facility joined Louisville Metro Councilwoman Marianne Butler in a large clean-up campaign that covered several areas of the community and netted 65 bags of litter and trash. Areas the group enhanced by cleaning sidewalks and roadside gutters included the roadside which buffers Iroquois Park, near SS. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, the neighborhood near the South Points Community Garden where a fall festival was held, and behind a local Wendy’s restaurant, where the men were treated to lunch by Butler for their hard work. Three residents of St. Joe neighborhood, who met the Dismas team with weed eaters and shovels to help with the process, were so appreciative that they bought the men ice cream at the local Dairy Kastle. Butler (second from right above) is a member of the local Community Relations Advisory Board and often utilizes Dismas residents on community improvement projects.

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