Friday, November 02, 2012

See pics from Rivers Alive 2012.

Courtesy City of Milton

Milton's Rivers Alive annual water and roadways clean-up was held Saturday, Oct. 27 at Bailey Farm and Gardens.

Volunteers from Milton and Cambridge high schools, Northwestern and Hopewell middle schools, Milton's National Wildlife Federation Habitat project committee and Milton Grows Green participated to pull out 2,300 pounds of trash from area streams, creeks and roadways.

Among the items the 60-plus volunteers found were 27 tires, a broken kayak and a park bench.

Special thanks to event partner NTB at 12992 Ga. 9 for properly disposing of the tires.

To see photos courtesy of Julie Zahner Bailey and the Milton Grows Green Committee at the city's flickr site, click here.

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