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4/2/2015 - Many Helping Hands Make Bromley Community Cleanup a Success


Many Helping Hands Make
Bromley Community Cleanup a Success

One Hamilton neighborhood got a head start on spring cleaning with some help from the Mayor, the CYO of Mercer County and a host of community volunteers.

On Saturday, March 28th, some 65 volunteers turned out for what was described as the most successful clean-up in the Bromley Neighborhood Spring Clean Up Day’s four year history.  The volunteers included children from CYO Bromley Royal Mentoring Group, members of CYO Bromley Teen Center, Rider University students and members of the 217 Church of Hamilton who joined with Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede, Hamilton Director of Health, Recreation, Seniors and Veterans Services, Marty Flynn, members of Hamilton’s Public Works Department and employees of the CYO of Mercer County, which operates Hamilton’s Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center,

“As someone who grew up in the Bromley neighborhood, I was delighted to see this record turnout of volunteers taking an active role in helping to keep the neighborhood clean and our local parks beautiful,” said Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede.

Volunteers helped to clear litter from parks located within the Bromley neighborhood of Hamilton Township, as well as clean debris from Bromley neighborhood properties with the help of some of the properties’ owners.

The effort was aided by donations of equipment from Kucker-Haney Paints, Home Depot, Ace Hardware of Mercerville and 1st Constitution Bank.  Additionally, the CYO of Mercer County staff at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center provided lunch for the volunteers following their hard work.

“Our entire CYO team at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center is dedicated to programs, like this clean-up, which seek to enrich the lives of residents in Hamilton Township and specifically the Bromley neighborhood.  We encourage and welcome residents to find out more about all of the programs and services that are offered at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center,” said Tom Mladenetz, Executive Director of the CYO of Mercer County.

For more information about the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center, residents can visit its  website (, call 609.587.8100 or stop in the center, located at 1801 East State Street, Hamilton, NJ 08609.