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From left: Sherilyn Schwartz, Wayne Cartwright, Susan Christensen, Piers Strailey, Faith Strailey and Pete Hochrein prepare for a day spent cleaning up Highway 70. Photo submitted

Plumas Democrats clean up Highway 70 on Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, Plumas County Democrats (PCDCC) and friends participated in Adopt-a-Highway cleanup along Highway 70, east of Quincy. This is a regularly occurring event as part of PCDCC’s commitment to the community.

The group’s monthly meeting has started up in person again at the Quincy Library on the third Thursday of every month, from 6:30-8 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact plumascountydemocrats@gmail

 

Julie Hochrein carries two full sacks of trash during a recent cleanup event along Highway 70. Photo submitted

One thought on “Plumas Democrats clean up Highway 70 on Earth Day

  • My Kind Of People . . ! I bag up a lot of roadside trash when I visit The Canyon as well. Don’t Trash U.S. !
    And yeah . . I Lean Left . . zzzzzzzz Just Do It !

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