WEBB, N.Y. – Residents in the town of Webb celebrated Community Pride Day on Wednesday, all while following local safety mandates.
Everyone attending was required to wear a mask, and remain six feet from others.
Community Pride Day brings people together from Webb to Inlet to help clean up their neighborhoods.
"This is a chance for a lot of people who have been inside and sequestered away and they're not coming out this is a chance for them to get out and at least within a reasonable social distance they can get with her neighbors and get out on a community project," said Mike Farmer, town of Webb tourism director.
People were provided with T-shirts, trash bags and rubber gloves during the event.
Those looking to help clean up the Old Forge and Thendara areas can pick up those items at the Town of Webb Visitor Information Center.