Last week, regional colleagues from Mercy Health West Michigan volunteered to help clean up targeted areas of Sherman Boulevard in an effort to help promote the #WatchMuskegon campaign through the Muskegon Chamber of Commerce. The campaign, based on the results of a local beautification study is centered around the enhancement of Sherman Boulevard specifically, because it is one of Muskegon’s busiest corridors. The goal of the study was to create a plan to enhance the area, increase residential pride, encourage business growth and provide a beautiful gateway for guests to visit our community.
Volunteers from Mercy Health, including our very own Marketing and PR team members (pictured here in blue), raked leaves, removed brush, painted fences, mowed grass and picked weeds at the corner of Superior Street and Ray. The progress is encouraging, and will continue throughout the fall with a County-Wide Cleanup taking place on October 14, 2017.