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Tulsa Leaders Urge Participation In Adopt-A-Spot Program

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Tulsa leaders are calling on you to help make it "America's Most Beautiful City."

The new "adopt-a-spot" program started on Saturday.

The city is asking citizens to pick a street, median or even park around the city that needs a little extra attention.

The movement aims to create a cleaner, more beautiful environment.

The pastor at Asbury United Methodist Church has already started working.

"We can't do everything for everybody, but we can do some things for somebody and so we're taking our little spot and trying to make it better," Asbury United Methodist Church Pastor Tom Harrison said.

The city will help out with supplies, like trash bags, gloves or vests, if needed.

If you want to adopt a spot, please go to the City of Tulsa website by clicking here, or by calling the customer care center at 918-596-2100.

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