It’s time to take pride in where you live with the state-wide project ‘Clean Home Alabama.’
Calhoun Community College is hosting events in Madison and Morgan Counties. Their clean-ups are some of more than 60 projects across the state led by the Alabama Community College System as part of the bicentennial celebration.
Those who took part in the cleanup project in the Dry Creek area Monday say they’re fighting against litter, helping tourism, and making Alabama a better place to live.
“It’s important to clean Decatur and keep it nice for anybody traveling through or anything and also it’s a great opportunity for us,” said Calhoun student Trace Lentz. “Not everybody gets to come out and make Decatur a better place. We enjoy being able to do this.”
Next Decatur project:Nov. 6th at 2:00 pm
WHO: Calhoun Clubs and Organizations, the City of Decatur
WHAT: Cleanup project at Bushy Creek area on Country Club Rd.
WHERE: Decatur Country Club, 2401 Country Club Rd SE, Decatur, AL
Huntsville projects:Nov. 7th at 1:00 pm
WHO: Calhoun Huntsville Campus, Space and Rocket Center, Operation Green Team
WHAT: Clean one mile of Interstate 565
WHERE: Calhoun’s Math, Science & CIS front parking lot
Nov. 9th at 9:00 am
WHO: Calhoun, Drake, Hoar Construction Company and Huntsville City Schools
WHAT: Clean up and beautify Columbia High School
WHERE: Columbia High School, 300 Explorer Blvd NW, Huntsville, AL 35806
See more clean-ups around the state here.
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