OCTOBER CLEANUP NETS MORE TRASH
Due to current health safety concerns, our volunteers staged a week-long, "work-when-you-can" cleanup of stream banks and roadsides.
The results were impressive!
Volunteers were busy the week of October 6-10, working on cleaning up roadways and stream banks. Good weather was helpful to the cause as 19 folks spread out from Kessinger Road to Dry Branch rounding up tires, trash and roadside litter.
The trash tally was 47 bags and 8 tires hauled in, plus assorted plastic car parts, pallets, a target, a sofa and other assorted items.
Many thanks to all who participated, to the REAP program for bags and gloves and to the City of South Charleston for its support.
Prizes were awarded to the Ratrie-Peyton family for Largest Family Group, Carlye and Greg Barnett for Most Bags Collected, the Pray family for Most Unusual “Find” (a target), and John Wirts, Allen Marker and Bill Tate for the “Largest Catch” (an abandoned sofa).
TEAM DAVIS CREEK does it again!