Saturday, July 02, 2011

Milton boasts 28 adopted road segments.

Milton residents should be very proud to know they have surpassed other, much larger, cities in participation in the volunteer Adopt a Road clean-up program.

Led by Julie Pinckney, Milton Grows Green's Adopt a Road volunteer coordinator, the program has grown to 28 roads adopted, which totals more than 28 miles of roads being cleaned.

Adopt a Road volunteer groups clean up our roadways about four times per year and help to keep the community looking great. Special thanks to our adopters: Crabapple Beds and Bones, oXYGen Financial, Stages Premier Realtors, The Foody Family,, Locum Leaders, Windward Law Group, Blue Ribbon Pet & Equine Services, Boy Scout Troop 3000, Re/Max Realtors, Milton Friends of CHOA, One of a Kind Homes, Inc., The Martin Family, Lusk Homestead, AlphaNova Group, D'Aversa Family & Milton Milers, Verizon Wireless Corporate Billing, Milton Business Alliance, Core Physique, Patti Silva in memory of The Walker Family, Hopewell Middle School, Sumrell & Associates, Olde Blind Dog, Crabapple Landscape Experts, Hunters Tree Farm, Young Men's Service League and Pattie Blohm.

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