STOP LITTERING!! 

ANNUAL COAL CREEK
SPRING CLEANING DAY

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO
PICK UP LITTER
ALONG HIGHWAY 116!!
(Fraterville Miners' Memorial Highway)


Saturday, March 28, 2009
9:30 a.m
. until Noon

Click here to see results from last year's
Spring Cleaning Day


Last year, volunteers gathered at
Briceville School to sign in, get trash bags and gloves, and receive assignments.

WHO:  Volunteers are needed to help clean-up litter and trash from Highway 116 (Fraterville Miners’ Memorial Highway) throughout the Coal Creek watershed communities of Briceville, Fraterville, The Wye, and Beech Grove

WHAT:      

Coal Creek Spring Cleaning Day organized by the Coal Creek Scholars at Anderson County High School and sponsored by the Coal Creek Watershed Foundation

WHEN:      

Saturday, March 28, 2009, from 9:30 a.m. until Noon

 WHERE:    

Meet at 9:30 a.m. at Briceville Elementary School to sign in, get trash bags and gloves, and receive assignments.  Briceville School is located 4 miles southwest of Lake City on Highway 116.  After picking up the trash, meet at noon at Briceville Ball Park for refreshments and prizes for those who pick up the most trash. 

WHY:           

Beneath all the trash, the Coal Creek watershed is as beautiful as any place on earth.

 HOW:         

Volunteer to help pick up the trash and prove it.  We'll clean up the area between Briceville and Beech Grove and maybe that will motivate folks to clean up their streets and stop throwing out trash!

For more details, contact Carol Moore at (865) 584-0344 or clmoore@geoe.com.  Visit www.coalcreekaml.com for more information. 

Directions to Briceville School

From Knoxville:

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Take I-75 North to exit 128 Lake City

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From Exit 128 ramp, turn right on Norris Freeway

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Go to first traffic light and turn left on Highway 25W

See traffic light past Lake City Library and Community Center. (ShopRite grocery store is on right at light) Turn right onto Hwy 116 at light. Briceville is 3.5 miles down Hwy 116. You will come out at intersection right in front of school.

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