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 clintoncountycleanscapes@yahoo.com. Future outdoor community cleanup events will be posted on the Cleanscape Facebook page.
See flyer for additional details.