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Renaissance Reclaimed Community Outreach Program

Renaissance Reclaimed, LLC, is excited to announce that we are kicking off our first Community Outreach Program on Saturday, October 15th, 2022. This month’s project was inspired by our recent Employee of the Month, Shane Gower. Shane has been passionate about community recycling and conservation efforts since the early 1990’s and, as a lifelong resident of Decatur, has identified the culvert area of the wastewater plant located on Market Street as an area of need. By actively focusing our clean-up efforts on this area, Renaissance believes that we can foster pride and confidence in our hometown by keeping our city beautiful, our waters clean, and our doors always open.

To that end, Renaissance Reclaimed is hoping to partner with local businesses, volunteers, and other service-minded organizations willing to sponsor or participate in our outreach efforts. In the coming weeks, we will solicit requests from our team as well as the local community and look forward to creating a schedule of upcoming events where our services can benefit our friends and neighbors in both Decatur and Morgan County as a whole. We hope to fill the gap by providing a wide range of services, from trash pick-up and recycling efforts to construction projects for needy families and even historical rehabilitation.

We are currently welcoming ideas for consideration and would love to get your input! Please submit all ideas in writing to In addition, donations of the following items would be greatly appreciated and will make our first Community Service Day an even greater success!

Some of the items needed for our first project are as follows:

  • Heavy-duty trash bags

  • Heavy-duty fishing nets to drag the culvert

  • Heavy-duty gloves

  • Trash containers

  • Waders

  • Bottled water, Gatorade, and snacks for volunteers

  • Coolers for drinks and snacks

  • Dish soap

  • Antibacterial hand soap

Thank you for your help with this matter and together, we can "Make Decatur Greater!”

Stephen Wessling

(256) 565-2019


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