Peace Garden volunteers ask Pokemon trainers to please pick up their empty bottles and cans
The folks who arranged the creation of the Batavia Peace Garden have a request of Pokemon trainers congregating there in droves -- please do them one simple favor: Pick up after yourselves.
Carol Grasso called WBTA today to pass that message along.
She stopped by the garden and spoke to three people who had biked there from Hilton, and she thought it was great and hopes people who come to the garden are having a good time, but she wants everyone to enjoy it.
"I guess there are some rare Pokemon there," she told WBTA.
She said she was told there will be a "rally" there Saturday and she hopes people will respect the garden and keep it clean.
“We work very hard on the Peace Garden and it is a beautiful spot and we’re just trying to encourage anybody who is looking for these Pokemon to at least put their trash in the trash can," She said. "We do have trash cans in the garden and we will clean them out every day and try to make them empty so there shouldn’t be any trashing going on.”
She concluded her interview by noting that she was driving by right at that moment and there were about 15 people there playing the game.
"I hope they enjoy the garden, but take your trash with you or put it in the garbage cans," she said. "Thanks everybody. Have fun with the Pokemon."