The Adopt-A-Roadway Program completed its annual Spring Clean Up on Saturday, April 29, 2017. There were approximately 113 persons in attendance at the Community Center on Roanoke Avenue for the kickoff that morning. The Spring Clean Up participants represented civic groups, churches, individuals and businesses.
Colonial Heights Mayor Greg Kochuba welcomed everyone at the kickoff, including members of Fort Lee Quartermaster Class 17-006. Mayor Kochuba addressed safety issues, reminded everyone to fill out and return the pickup report, and discussed its importance to the program’s Litter Grant. Coffee and pastries were served and safety vests, trash bags, paper pickers and T-shirts were given out to those in attendance.
A collection of eighty-five (85) 33-gallon trash bags of litter was disposed of in the day’s clean up activities. The City thanks everyone who participated for taking pride in keeping our City beautiful!
For more information on the Adopt-a-Roadway program, please visit the link below.
(Pictured: Abundant Life Church of Deliverance "Men Of Purpose")