Many different organizations participated in the cleanup, hence the title name......but I digress....
I'm not sure how it would be a digression. If there are groups that participated that could be contacted by a number of club members with a short email I think it would be great. By group I don't mean a collection of individuals. Of course that would be cumbersome and ineffectual. I posted the reasoning somewhere else and don't wish to rehash it all but my points are valid. So, were there 'groups' in the sense that they have group contact information (like Churches, Boy Scout Troops, HOA's, Temples, Mosques, Homeless Shelters, Non-Profits, etc...) or was it explicitly members of the community unattached to an outside group and brought together only in the name of neighborhood cleanup?
(This isn't to suggest that work done by the loose association of neighbors is less laudable. It is great and wonderful and should be celebrated. Any suggestion that that is my point is a misreading and I would ask the reader to re-evaluate my words and intent.)
In any case, this is great. Thanks to Jack for getting people out there and to everyone who eschewed the local tournament for the betterment of our courses.