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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

RIVER AND ROADWAY CLEAN-UP

Several local organizations will be coming together for our Annual River and roadside clean-up on Sunday March 20TH, and we are looking for volunteers. This is great opportunity to help make our area even more beautiful. You can choose to help clean the Driftwood Branch Stream or clean the roadway along Rt. 120. To participate in the river clean up you must have a canoe and a partner or kayak. You will be assigned to specific locations along the stream or highway. We will be meeting at the railroad bridge in Cameron at 12:00 (noon).

Gloves, trash bags, and safety vests will be provided to participants. We are hopeful that we will have enough volunteers to clean the Stream from Cameron to Driftwood and RT 120 from Emporium to Driftwood. Refreshments will be served. As always, we encourage young people to become involved in this event. This is a great way to make a positive impact and earn project service hours while having fun. You can register at the High School office. To earn service credits you must also sign in on location at the start and finish of the event. Contact a representative of one of the following organizations if you have any questions.

Randy Bailey - Canoe and Kayak Classic Organization - 814-546-2011 Don Bickford - Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities - 814-598-0381 Bill Smith - Mountaineer Search and Rescue - 814-595-7587 Steve VanEerden - Bucktail Watershed Association - 814-486-1740

Please join us to help make the stream shine before the big race on April 2nd! Also don’t forget to register for the Canoe Classic Race at www.canoeclassic.org Join in the fun and be a part of this Historical Cameron County event.

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