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Non-profits can earn $50 per mile in Oct roadside cleanup

Non-profit organizations within Adair County can earn extra cash by picking up litter from Adair Countyís roadsides.

Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton and the Adair County Fiscal Court are pleased to announce that non-profit groups, clubs, churches, relay teams, fire departments, sport boosters, etc., can earn $50 per mile ( this includes both sides of the road) up to 3 miles picking up trash on county road sides. Please call Judge Meltonís Office at 270-384-4703 to register your group, the following information will be needed:
  • Name of group
  • Number in group
  • The name of the road that you will be cleaning and/or we can help you select a road that will be good for your groupís age level.
Before the day of your clean-up you will need to stop by the office and pick up the following items:
Trash bags, Vest, Gloves, Forms: waivers, form to receive payment, etc. and Vest are to be returned to the office after clean-up with paperwork
For additional information please call 270-384-4703 or email: acjudge1@duo-county.com



This story was posted on 2014-10-01 12:09:58
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