CLEWISTON — Some might notice that things are starting to change around the Harlem community — parks are brighter, cleaner and more beautiful. That is due to a collaborative effort among several different local nonprofit organizations who have decided to pitch in and clean up in the area.
“The Harlem Tenants Association has partnered with Harlem Civic Improvement Council and Glades Lives Matter to undertake some beautification projects in the Harlem community,” explained former Hendry County Commissisoner Janet Taylor, organizer of the project. “The first undertaking was cleaning up the tree park at the east entrance to Harlem. If you are interested in helping, stay tuned! Harlem Tenants Association is celebrating 50 years of service to the community.”
There are many more improvement projects in the works; some are in the planning stages. If you are interested in helping with these projects, please contact the Harlem Tenants Association by calling 863-983-8312.