KEASBEY, N.J. — ShopRite will donate supplies to volunteers who beautify their communities for Earth Day. Under its annual "Earth Day Challenge," the retailer will provide free gloves and trash bags to individuals and groups who clean up litter from local parks and beaches, plant flowers and perform other eco-friendly jobs. In 2011, about 4,000 volunteers participated in ShopRite's "Earth Day Challenge" by cleaning up 35 communities in New Jersey, ...
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