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HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WFFT) - It's 'Make It Shine Week' in Huntington where businesses and people in the community help to keep Huntington in great shape.
This week consists of small volunteer projects to help improve Huntington's public spaces.
They've cleaned up the leaves at Sunken Park already, but there will be opportunities such as cleaning up the playgrounds,cleaning flower beds and more.
A painting project took place at General Slack Park Wednesday evening.
The city does this in connection to National Volunteer Week.
"We just try to actively promote to our residents and citizens that they can be part of any change in Huntington that they want to be," Community Engagement Coordinator Andrew Rensberger said.
This will be the fifth year for Make It Shine Week.
Thursday’s volunteer activity will be sweeping the downtown sidewalks and curbs at 6:00 p.m.