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Pitt Make a Difference Day lineup announced

Move over Steelers, Penquins and Pitt Panthers and make room for another great fall team -- the Pitt Make a Difference Day student volunteers -- 5,000 strong. They will participate in the Fall Redd Up for the ninth year on Saturday, October 22. Citizens Against Litter has been involved with Pitt from the beginning.

Later this month, the 5,000 student volunteers will be transported on 80 buses to about 100 sites to perform community service projects, most of them involved in picking up litter. The Pitt student turnout is one of the largest group efforts in the national Make a Difference Day initiative which attracts over 3 million volunteers.

This month's Redd Up will involve several hundred communities in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and beyond and involve an estimated 10,000 volunteers.

The Office of PittServes said these communities and groups are: 17th Street Block Watch, 31st Ward Community Action Group, Allentown CDC, Alzheimer's Assoc., Amizade Global Service-Learning, Angora Gardens/Mon Yough Community Sertvice, Animal Friends, Beechview Urban Garden, Bloomfield Development Corp., Bloomfield-Garfield Corp., Dormont Borough, Etna Borough, Wilkinsburg Borough, Braddock Youth Project, Brighton Heights Citizen Federation, Campus Election Engagement Project, Carrick Community Council, CASGED, City of Asylum, City of McKeesport, Collier Township, Crescent Hills(Penn Hills), Cribs for Kids, Debra of America, Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs Southwestern Veterans Center, Duquesne (Borough) Trashbashers, East Pittsburgh Borough, Eastfield Community Garden, Faiirywood Community Council, Fallen Stars of Northview Heights Garden and Grow Pittburgh, Forest Hills Borough, Friiends of North Park/ North Area Environmental Council, Friends of Harrison Hills, Friends of South Park, Allegheny County Park, Friends of the Riverfront, Glade Run, Greenfield Community Assoc., Hill House Assoc.(MLK Garden), Hosanna House, Inc., Kane Glen Hazel Regional Center, Lawrenceville United, Manchester Historic Society/ Manchester Citizens Corp., Mary S. Brown Ames Church, McKees Rocks Borough, Mellon Street Neighborhood/East Liberty Deveopment, Inc., Most Holy Name of Jesus Church, Neighborhood Learning Alliance, North Versailles Township, Oakland Panning and Development Corp., Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Pittsburgh Economic Development Corp., Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Polish Hill Civic Assoc., Shadyside Chamber of Commerce, Sharpsburg Neighborhood Organization, Sheraden, South Pittsburgh Development Group (Brookline), South Side Community Council, St. Maximlilon Kolbe, Stanton Heights Neighborhood Assoc., Student Conservation Assoc., City of Pittsburgh, The Corner, Tree Pittsburgh, Troy Hill Citizens, Inc., Verona in Progress Community Group, West Homestead Fire Dept., West View Community Clean Up, Western PA Conservancy and Wimerding Borough.

PMADD is managed by the Office of PittServes. The director is Misti McKeehen.

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