DPLC Highway 70 One Mile Trash Pickup
The State of New Mexico has two highway signs on Highway 70, acknowledging that the Lincoln County Democratic Party does trash removal on the one mile between the signs. This is free advertising for the DPLC. We’ve lately been somewhat derelict in doing this trash pickup (with the Covid Virus and the elections) but we caught up on February 10, 2021. We picked up more trash on that day than we’ve ever picked up in the 19 years I’ve been involved: 30 large bags of trash plus some items too big or bulky to put in bags. It took us from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. before the last person got away. It was dirty work and a lot of bending over. Fortunately, I don’t think anyone was injured - just tired.
Thank you to everyone who participated. See us all in the photo at right (except Tony Davis who took the pictures-but he also picked up trash).
The trash picker-uppers were:
Sara Ball, Betsy Burnett, Richard Cintron,
Tony Davis, Wolfgang Diem, Carolyn Dullum, Roger Dullum, Brenda Kasuboski, Paula Madrilles, Dick Mastin, Milly Mastin, Margo McKee,
Linda Perkins, Sam Ponder, and Daryl Snyder.
Thank you all.
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