Thanks to the multitude of volunteers that came out to help clean up Giles County’s ramps and roads between March 11th thru the 25th, a healthy amount of garbage was removed. In fact, 18 tons of garbage was removed from a dumping site up Big Stony Rd. alone.
The remain garbage and tires were bagged and left for the PSA to pick up. Although we don’t have all the numbers due to several smaller groups cleaning up their own neighborhoods, the final numbers are impressive.
|Date||Group||# of people||# of Bags||# of tires||Area|
|3/11/2017||Eggleston Fire Department||14||21||6||Eggleston|
|3/23/2017||Corp of Engineers||4||20||Shumate Rd|
|3/24/2017||PSA Crew||5||18 tons||Big Stoney|
|3/24/2017||Moody Crew||4||7||26||Klotz Rd|
|3/25/2017||Trout unlimited||6||18||10||Big Stoney|
|3/25/2017||Bus #1 Ann’s crew||38||65||8||Shumate Rd|
|3/25/2017||Bus #2 Mike’s crew||38||90||25||Dry Branch|
|3/25/2017||Bus #3 Dave & Paul’s Crew||28||64||2||Sinking Creek|
|3/25/2017||Bus #4 Ralph’s Crew||30||56||2||Shumate Rd|
|3/25/2017||American Water Resources||6||18||Ripplemead|
|3/25/2017||Jason’s crew at Eastern||8||10||Eastern Elementary|
|3/26/2017||Paul’s Corp of Cadets||15||27||3||Rocky Hollow|
|3/26/2017||Alisa and Zack||2||7||Rocky Hollow|