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Girl attacks graffiti at city park

April 22, 2013

Christina Browning never wanted to see the expanse of graffiti she sees at her favorite city park....

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ray6770

Apr-22-13 10:37 PM

WISH EVERYONE FELT THIS WAY. THANKS

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fromtheport

Apr-22-13 10:19 PM

Good job, this city needs more people like you!! Nothing say ghetto more than graffiti, or murals, if you run out of work at the park there is a huge monstrousity across from the community arts center that someone painted its like 3 stories tale and covers the whole building, but seriously thank you for trying to clean uo the city

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Garben78

Apr-22-13 8:30 PM

Wonderful job please post an address where we can send you fund money or cleaning supplies if you wish my email is lumberjack1978@mail****

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wintergirl08

Apr-22-13 1:14 PM

( Now This Is A Wonderful Article Of A Young Girl Who Believes In Beautifying The Community Park. Others Need To Step In Her Shoes, For She Is " A True Inspiration To All" Way To Go Girl, Christina Be Proud Of Your Accomplishments. : )

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wwhickok

Apr-22-13 12:01 PM

Good for her! Seriously me and my wife are always talking about this, every time we go to the park any part, whether it is the Jackson School Playground after school is out with our 1 year old, or memorial park, it doesn't really matter, there is always immature and inappropriate graffiti all over the equipment. One of the main reasons that I think we need camera's in the parks. Start making these graffiti-happy kids do some serious community service, starting with helping Ms. Browning clean the equipment every Saturday!!!

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msamerica101

Apr-22-13 10:53 AM

This is awesome. She is an inspiration.

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Galumph

Apr-22-13 7:49 AM

Good for Christina, even though these are not her "duties" Mister Mayor, they are yours.

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nobud74

Apr-22-13 7:41 AM

Well done, young lady! You are an inspiration and a confirmation that the youth of today is much better than many portray. I'd say you have a fine outlook on things and will do well in the future. All the best!

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metalhead

Apr-22-13 4:53 AM

Way to Go Christina! From one former East-Ender to another, Thank You!

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PeteCantBeBeat

Apr-22-13 4:33 AM

Way to go, Miss Browning; You are an inspiration to Williamsport! I'm relatively new to City, and it is people like you, that make me proud to live in our City. I too, get sick of all the trash on the streets in my neighborhood, and I do a trash pick up too, for the same reasons. Williamsport has some wonderful open spaces, and thank you for all you do for our City! Cheers!

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