Community clean-ups draw volunteers from all walks of life - The Stanly News & Press

With the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, a number of non-profit groups in Stanly have looked to come together to help build bridges between different communities.

A number of those groups, including SUSU (Stronger United Selfless Union) and Community Who Cares in Norwood, have come together over the past few weeks to host a number of clean-up efforts.

Grover Shankle, head of Community Who Cares, said his organization has been in existence since 2009 when he and…

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