January 29, 2010

HHH Adopts a Highway

That's right, time for us to repent! We have adopted a Highway it appears. This means that once or twice a year, under strict adult supervision provided by Conservation Volunteers Australia, and the provided equipment and safety gear, we shall be out on our very own piece of highway cleaning up litter and looking for treasures. Our piece of road is from the Caltex Service Station (near York Stret) East of Latrobe, all the way to the Hospital Roundabout. The first cleanup will be 10am Saturday 13 February followed by a BBQ at 1230pm perhaps. Meeting place TBA but most likely at the Petrol Station! More info soon, just make sure you are there to be there for this inaugural event.

Don't forget this weekend is the big High Noon for Full Moons, starting at noon on Saturday 30 January in Campbelltown. Next monday's DHash run starts from the Ulverstone Rowing Club, and the On On will be at Cheese's Mum's house, 12 Harley Court, off Clara Street Ulverstone.
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Tess said...

You have a good project I would like to adopt in my country. "Goodluck Volunteers."

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