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Annual Green River Lakeshore Cleanup is today

By Larry Lemon, Park Ranger

It is time once again for the Annual Lakeshore Cleanup Event at Green River Lake! To participate, just show up at one of the following locations at 9:00amET to register you and your group:
  • Site One boat ramp, Smith Ridge boat ramp
  • Holmes Bend boat ramp, 5380 Holmes Bend RD, Columbia, KY 42728-8468
  • or the Green River State Park picnic shelter
If you enjoy the lake and all that it provides for our area please volunteer with us to pick up litter from around the lakeshore on Saturday, September 19, 2009.

All trash bags, gloves and equipment will be provided. And as usual there will be free food and prizes provided from local restaurants and businesses.

So Thanks in advance and we will see you there! For more information contact Park Ranger Larry Lemmon at (270) 465-4463 or email larry.m.lemmon@usace.army.mil. -Larry Lemmon



This story was posted on 2009-09-19 06:44:42
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