Posted by Scott Wehler on Apr 13, 2019
The Rotary Club of Gettysburg cleaned up litter along a two mile section of Rt 30 on Saturday, April 13.  The club has been cleaning this section of roadway for over 20 years with two cleanup events held each year.  Joining the Rotarians this time was Gettysburg College Senior Edith Tea.  Edith is a native of the Ivory Coast and has been selected by the District for a two year District Global Grants Scholarship.  She will be doing graduate work in environmental issues in the Netherlands.
 
The Rotary Club of Gettysburg spent Earth Day, April 21, cleaning York Road (Route 30) in Straban Township. The club hosts a biannual roadside cleanup from the Gettysburg Borough/Straban Township line to Gateway Gettysburg. Pictured, from left, are: Sarah Goulet, Jim Ekdahl, Diane Hiller, Bill Braun, Larry Redding, Bonnie Braun, Kate Hegwood, Morven Whalley, and Matt Sheads.
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