Logan County River Cleanup


Groups remove 1 ton of refuse from Guyandotte

Volunteers who banded together Oct. 17 to cleanup the Guyandotte River ended up removing one ton of tires and various trash from the Guyandotte River. Logan County Commissioner Danny Ellis explained, “The Logan County Commission would like to thank all volunteers involved in the river cleanup. The Guyandotte has excellent boating, fishing and kayaking, and we want it to be a recreational hub for our citizens and an economic engine for our area.”


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In a press release, the Logan County Commission stated they would like to thank Anthony Stollings with Logan 911, Bill Copley with Mountain Mama Moonshine and Laura (pictured) and Carolyn Moore with KLM Worms for being notable volunteers on the project.


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The Logan County Commission (LCC) partnered with American Rivers for the cleanup. American Rivers organized a national river cleanup in which the LCC took part. American rivers can be found online at www.americanrivers.org.


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Volunteers who banded together Oct. 17 to cleanup the Guyandotte River ended up removing one ton of tires and various trash from the Guyandotte River. Logan County Commissioner Danny Ellis explained, “The Logan County Commission would like to thank all volunteers involved in the river cleanup. The Guyandotte has excellent boating, fishing and kayaking, and we want it to be a recreational hub for our citizens and an economic engine for our area.”

In a press release, the Logan County Commission stated they would like to thank Anthony Stollings with Logan 911, Bill Copley with Mountain Mama Moonshine and Laura (pictured) and Carolyn Moore with KLM Worms for being notable volunteers on the project.

The Logan County Commission (LCC) partnered with American Rivers for the cleanup. American Rivers organized a national river cleanup in which the LCC took part. American rivers can be found online at www.americanrivers.org.

Volunteers who banded together Oct. 17 to cleanup the Guyandotte River ended up removing one ton of tires and various trash from the Guyandotte River. Logan County Commissioner Danny Ellis explained, “The Logan County Commission would like to thank all volunteers involved in the river cleanup. The Guyandotte has excellent boating, fishing and kayaking, and we want it to be a recreational hub for our citizens and an economic engine for our area.”
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_IMG_1406-copy-CMYK.jpgVolunteers who banded together Oct. 17 to cleanup the Guyandotte River ended up removing one ton of tires and various trash from the Guyandotte River. Logan County Commissioner Danny Ellis explained, “The Logan County Commission would like to thank all volunteers involved in the river cleanup. The Guyandotte has excellent boating, fishing and kayaking, and we want it to be a recreational hub for our citizens and an economic engine for our area.” Courtesy Photo

In a press release, the Logan County Commission stated they would like to thank Anthony Stollings with Logan 911, Bill Copley with Mountain Mama Moonshine and Laura (pictured) and Carolyn Moore with KLM Worms for being notable volunteers on the project.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_IMG_1418-copy-CMYK.jpgIn a press release, the Logan County Commission stated they would like to thank Anthony Stollings with Logan 911, Bill Copley with Mountain Mama Moonshine and Laura (pictured) and Carolyn Moore with KLM Worms for being notable volunteers on the project. Courtesy Photo

The Logan County Commission (LCC) partnered with American Rivers for the cleanup. American Rivers organized a national river cleanup in which the LCC took part. American rivers can be found online at www.americanrivers.org.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_IMG_1414-copy-CMYK.jpgThe Logan County Commission (LCC) partnered with American Rivers for the cleanup. American Rivers organized a national river cleanup in which the LCC took part. American rivers can be found online at www.americanrivers.org. Courtesy Photo
Groups remove 1 ton of refuse from Guyandotte
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