At least 100 volunteers are needed to help clean up around the Keizer Civic Center Saturday, March 16.

Each year, the Rotary Club of Keizer and Claggett Creek Watershed Council host a morning of work ranging from picking up trimmings from trees, shrubs and grasses to removing weeds and more.

The clean-up is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon, but many hands make light work and could mean a quicker finish.

Volunteers can simply show up the day of the event and are encouraged to bring wheelbarrows, plastic trash cans, rakes, tarps, pruners, weed pullers and other tools the might be useful.

Unless there is an inch of snow on the ground, the effort will not be canceled. Long pants, sturdy shoes, gloves, hats and coats are encouraged.

The Keizer Community Center is located at 930 Chemawa Road N.E. A collection box and disposal are being donated by Loren’s Sanitation. The City of Keizer and Lakepoint Community Church are co-sponsoring the event.