Mill Hall Borough; Cleanup

Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 11:00am - 1:00pm

Description: Join LHU Football Team Members as they remove man-made litter from the vegetated streambanks of Fishing Creek, or pick up litter along Routes 64 & 150. All teams will be lead by a Safety Captain. Volunteers will bag plastic & metal bottles & paper products. The streambank area may be muddy, is rocky in some areas, slopes are moderate to steep & the woody debris can be sharp. Long pants & closed toes shoes are mandatory (no bare feet, shorts or sandals). An extra jacket, hat, shoes & socks are highly recommended. Youth between the ages of 12-17 must be accompanied by a participating adult.

Truck Transport Drivers are also needed. Load filled trash bags into your truck, drive to the nearby rolloff dumpster & place bags into the container. (Truck bed may get muddy or scratched.)

Location: Meet at the public pool parking lot/pavilion area in the Borough of Mill Hall

Directions: From Lock Haven drive west on Rt. 150 toward the Borough of Mill Hall. Stay on Rt. 150 and drive past the Rt. 220 on-ramp adjacent to Sheetz gas station/Walmart. Travel through that traffic light and take the next left turn towards “Curt’s Smokin Ribs” restaurant (Pennsylvania Ave.) Travel less than a mile and turn at the blue & white sign designating the location of the Mill Hall Pool (Second St.). The pool parking area is at the end of Second Street.

Register: Pre-registration is requested by Friday March 29 by 12 noon. Registered volunteers will be provided donuts, gloves, trash bags, safety vests & refreshments. Registration & questions should be given to Project Director Elisabeth Lynch McCoy at 570.726.3511 or Future outdoor community cleanup events will be posted on the Cleanscape Facebook page.
See flyer for additional details.