Volunteers Clean up Elmore County
On Sept. 29, around 70 volunteers including two 4-H clubs, FFA members, groups from MHAFB and past and present community members participated in Elmore County’s first County Clean Up event. The groups spread out around the county and picked up 3,780 pounds of roadside trash. Volunteers received a t-shirt and were invited to a barbeque hosted by the county at the courthouse after the clean up was finished. The event was a great success. “We would like to thank all our volunteers for coming out. For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition.