A newly-formed local non-profit organization is trying to bust a stereotype about homeless people.
The group AngelLight says it wants to prove homeless people are not lazy.
This Saturday, AngelLight, made up of what it calls 'homeless individuals,' plans to clean up two city parks.
They'll be out at Columbine and Lincoln Parks from 8 - 11 a.m. picking up trash.
The group says it plans to pick up trash on a regular basis, and will be planning more community events in the future.
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