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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- An unveiling of the newest addition to Harrisburg city blocks and sidewalks took place Saturday.

The 'Tri-County Community Action' joined 'Clean and Green Harrisburg' showing the community an easy way to dispose trash.

The event featured the anti-litter "Stop the Drop" initiative showcasing local artist's unique trash can lid artwork.

Event organizers say incorporating trash-inspired art to the cause brings light to littering issues in a unique way.

"These trash can lids are a way for the community to get involved in this initiative and start to do their part also," said Jarvis Brown, Tri-County Community Action Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator.

People from all around the Harrisburg area attended Saturday's event.

To get your own "Stop the Drop" trash can lid to curb littering, you can visit: stopthedrophbg.com and sign the pledge.