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by Dave Cayton
Finally! We get to re-start our Adopt-A-Highway activities now that COVID seems to be under control. We need 8 CMCS members to volunteer to help us out on this activity on Sunday November 14th beginning at 9:30 am for about an hour and a half. Will you please join us?
As most of you know, one of our CMCS Community Service activities is the Adopt-A-Highway program. Several times a year we remove litter from the shoulder area along I-5 Southbound for about a mile near the NE 175th Street Exit (North Seattle).
In return we get a little exercise, we get the satisfaction of supporting our community, and we get a sign posted along the freeway that identifies CMCS as the volunteer organization responsible for keeping this section of the freeway clean.
This is our 23rd year of participation!
These clean-up sessions utilize CMCS volunteers: two volunteers drive vehicles the day of the clean-up, and we need 8 CMCS Members as volunteers to be litter collectors.
This is an easy way to support your club and to provide a needed service to our community, plus you get to keep any good items you find. We’ve found cash, gift cards, tools and other treasures!
We meet at 9:30 am at the Metro Transit Bus Base Visitor Parking near the 175th Street NE Exit. The litter Pick-up normally takes about an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
We often gather at a nearby restaurant following the clean-up for Breakfast/Lunch.
Please respond to me via e-mail or telephone if you can take part in this activity: firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-919-2940
Dave Cayton – CMCS Adopt-A-Highway Coordinator
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