Leicester news for Apr. 18

LEICESTER — Town Clerk Julie Delphia reminds dog owners of the need to register dogs. Cost information is available on the town website. To avoid penalties and fees, be sure to register your dog(s) before the dog census is scheduled.

Green Up Day is May 4. Green Up bags are available at the Town Office. As usual, a free volunteer luncheon for workers will be held at the Senior Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. that day. Lunch tickets, available at the Town Shed, double as raffle tickets. Filled Green Up bags can be left at the trailer at the Town Shed that morning. Volunteers are eligible to pick up a free Leicester grocery bag, as well as a choice of Leicester cap or visor.

The state of Vermont is attempting to achieve a Guinness World Book record by gathering at least 5,000 pledges to help clean up trash that weekend. You can sign up at the Town Office to be part of the effort. For more information, or to volunteer to clean a particular road segment, contact Diane Benware at 247-3786.

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