Habitat for Humanity to clean up Lynmore Estates, collect old batteries
MACON, Ga. -- The Macon Area Habitat for Humanity is gearing up to clean up.
It's part of a quarterly project to improve the community. Volunteers will be at Lynmore Estates on Saturday.
Along with cleaning up the neighborhood, they're also collecting old batteries.
Millie Jackson, who is working the event, asks that everyone with old batteries bring them to Southside Baptist Church on Roy Street.
"It has been wonderful, wonderful," Jackson said. "It makes our neighborhood look more beautiful, more presentable to anyone that wants to come by and visit Lynmore Estates."
Jackson has lived in the Lynmore community for more than 20 years. She said she's thankful for the volunteers that come out to help.