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Las Vegas Motor Speedway businesses seek volunteers to help with Nellis Dunes cleanup


Two businesses based at Las Vegas Motor Speedway are teaming with the Bureau of Land Management to host a clean-up event at nearby Nellis Dunes on Saturday.

P2C Imaging and Second Chance Customs are looking for volunteers to help with what they hope will become an annual spring cleaning of the popular off-roading spot at the valley’s northeastern edge.

The clean-up is slated to start at 8 a.m. and last until about 2 p.m. on public land off Las Vegas Boulevard about 3 miles north of the speedway.

Those who participate will get lunch — courtesy of Abuela’s tacos and Las Vegas ATV Tours — and entry in a raffle.

The organizers also will provide all the necessary equipment for the clean-up, with the help of contributions from Maggianos, Real Man Cave Gear, Dirt Lawz, Sun Buggy and Republic Services.

For more information, contact Danica Irvine of P2C Imaging at 702-735-9961 or danica@pixel2canvas.com.

Also Saturday: Henderson Shines help residents dispose of unwanted goods

The city of Henderson is scheduled to host a free Henderson Shines event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 3 at the Henderson Pavilion, 200 S. Green Valley Parkway.

Residents can safely dispose of unwanted items from documents that need to be shredded, items that need to be recycled or hazardous materials such as batteries or paint.

There is also a chance for people to drop off items such as clothes and books, for donations.

For more information, visit cityofhenderson.com.

 

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