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By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

Sprucing Up the Place

Community Clean Up Day

 

April 29, 2020

Courtesy Photo / For the Courier

Lyla Lehner filled up a garbage bag while cleaning up Riggin Road during Community Clean Up Day on April 22.

Two Rivers Economic Growth's fourth annual Community Clean Up Day was held April 22, and locals took advantage of the chance to get out of their homes to beautify the area. "We had more participation this year than we did last year, which is wonderful and I'm not sure if it was because of the nice weather or quarantine or possibly both," laughed Executive Director Keegan Morehouse.

She said TREG had 30 people sign up and take advantage of the clean up supplies provided at the office. The organization thanked T&R Trucking for donating garbage bags and garbage cans at designated areas, as well as dumping the garbage and collecting the cans that were collected. Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital donated water and gloves for volunteers, while Wade and Brenna Sundby and Duane and Doris Ozark generously donated funds for purchasing gift certificates from Two Rivers members, which were given away to volunteers.

Volunteers spread out across the area to give the community a good spring cleaning. Embracing the opportunity to enjoy the weather and improve their community, volunteers picked up trash, raked, cleaned and generally worked to beautify the town they proudly call home. Two Rivers rewarded volunteers for their time by distributing gift cards, with the added bonus of steering business to local establishments.

Registered volunteers and the areas they cleaned were:

1. Marisa & Keylo Collins: Home Run Pond

2. Mandy, Mylee and Kinsley Rasmusan: cemetery

3. Lori Viste: East of middle school to Stormers'

4. TeAra Bilbruck and Blake Estes: Hwy 2 in town to Scotty sign

5. Alicia, Jovee, Tay and Tuck Morehouse: Odon Road

6. Amber Kennedy: by Ezzie's Westend to Glasgow rock

7. Cindy Taylor: Sullivan Park area

8. Kim Shipp: Sullivan Park area

9. Heidi, Aaron, Austin Miller, & Jeremiah Laverdeire: South side near Amtrak

10. Stephanie Holom: cemetery hill

11. Denise Forbes: cemetery hill

12. Danelle and Penny Murch: behind Chamber

13. Mary Henry and Bethany Christian: fairgrounds

14. Maggan Walstad: Airport Road

15. Kayla Larson and Audrey Elletson: Hwy 2- Golf Course

16. Kimber Dulaney and Joely Chappell: Hwy 2- Golf Course

17. Betty Stone and Diane Brandt: Red Rock Plaza & BNSF Depot

18. Brenner and Alison Flaten: Highland Drive to Scotty Pride

19. Dana Hughes: Centennial Park

20. Zoe Campbell & David Skiff: Bundy Park

Gift Certificate Winners:

1. Marisa and Keylo Collins: Flip Burgers

2. Mandy, Mylee and Kinsley: Eugene's

3. Lori Viste: East of middle school to Stormers': JR's Party Store

4. TeAra Bilbruck and Blake Estes: Baker's

5. Alicia, Jovee, Tay and Tuck Morehouse: Montana Bar

6. Amber Kennedy: Pehlke's

7. Cindy Taylor: McDonald's

8. Kim Shipp: Busted Knuckle

9. Heidi, Aaron, Austin & Jeremiah Miller: Nemont

10. Stephanie Holom: Sunnyside

Courtesy Photo / For the Courier

Keylo Collins helped clean up Sullivan Park during Community Clean Up Day on April 22.

11. Denise Forbes: All Season's

12. Danelle and Penny Murch: Taco Shack

13. Mary Henry and Bethany Christian: The Durum

14. Maggan Walstad: Airport Road: 5th Avenue

15. Kayla Larson and Audrey Elletson: Shippwrecked

16. Kimber Dulaney & Joely Chappell: Subway

17. Betty Stone & Diane Brandt: Robyn's Nest

18. Brenner and Alison Flaten: Western Drug

19. Dana Hughes: Alley's

20. Zoe Campbell & David Skiff: Cottonwood

 

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