WIESBADEN, Germany -- Soldiers, family members, civilians and crews from the Directorate of Public Works are busy wrapping up the annual U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Fall Clean Up initiative.  

The event began on Monday, Nov. 15 when units began cleaning and tidying areas around their buildings, as well as common areas around the garrison. The week-long initiative wrapped up today with a focus on the housing areas. 
“We are having piles of fun,” said Sgt. Phillip Ingram cheekily, as he raked leaves into piles. 

Fall Clean Up is organized by DPW and empowers the community to clean up their communal work and living spaces of debris before the cold winter weather arrives.  DPW scheduled an extra bulk trash pickup today to give residents the opportunity to declutter their homes as well.
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The event began on Monday, Nov. 15 when units began cleaning and tidying areas around their buildings, as well as common areas around the garrison. The week-long initiative wrapped up today with a focus on the housing areas.
“We are having piles of fun,” said Sgt. Phillip Ingram cheekily, as he raked leaves into piles.

Fall Clean Up is organized by DPW and empowers the community to clean up their communal work and living spaces of debris before the cold winter weather arrives. DPW scheduled an extra bulk trash pickup today to give residents the opportunity to declutter their homes as well. (Photo Credit: Ila Dermanoski)
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Niki Ostrander, one of Wiesbaden’s newest residents and her neighbor, Kat Chapman, enjoy the morning getting to know each other during the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s Fall Clean Up event.
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Andy Macias, an Army spouse and Hainerberg housing area resident spent the morning raking leave with his wife, Sgt. Martha Macias.
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Sgt. Phillip Ingram, Staff Sgt. Parris Tisdale and Cpl. Sabrina Brown worked together to clear their stairwell yard during U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s Fall Clean Up.
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WIESBADEN, Germany -- Soldiers, family members, civilians and crews from the Directorate of Public Works are busy wrapping up the annual U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Fall Clean Up initiative.

The event began on Monday, Nov. 15 when units began cleaning and tidying areas around their buildings, as well as common areas around the garrison. The week-long initiative wrapped up today with a focus on the housing areas.

“We are having piles of fun,” said Sgt. Phillip Ingram cheekily, as he raked leaves into piles.

Fall Clean Up is organized by DPW and empowers the community to clean up their communal work and living spaces of debris before the cold winter weather arrives. DPW scheduled an extra bulk trash pickup today to give residents the opportunity to declutter their homes as well.