|Seven volunteers at St. Mary's river cleanup|
|The Press - Features|
|Written by Joel Addington|
|Thursday, 21 March 2013 14:04|
Three adults and four teens participated in the 2013 St. Mary’s River Cleanup, which got underway in Baker County at the Steel Bridge Road boat ramp at 7:30 am on March 16.
Bryant Thrift supplied the airboat that allowed volunteers to travel up the river to the Nassau County line to collect additional litter and debris. Kevin Shell, who serves on the St. Mary’s River Management Committee with Greg Sheppard, estimated the group removed hundreds of pounds of trash from the river and its shores.
The committee, which consists of residents and elected officials in Baker, Nassau, Camden and Charlton counties, organizes the cleanup and the lunch celebration that follows it each year. The committee meets on the first Monday evening of each month in Callahan.
Please visit http://www.saintmarysriver.org/ for more information.
|Last Updated on Friday, 22 March 2013 09:21|