Teenagers from Adolescent Support Services team with Knights of Columbus to adopt part of US Highway 83 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 21 June 2010 10:14

The Knights of Columbus, with the help of the Adolescent Support Services, cleans a two-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 83 Saturday morning. The youth, who have teamed with the Knights of Columbus, have adopted this stretch of road. Those participating actually walked four miles, two miles for the east side of the highway and two miles for the west side of the highway. Knight Carlos Martinez, right, hands out Highway Traveler racks that allow a person to place the trash bag inside the lightweight rack and carry it with one hand while picking up trash. The device was invented and patented by a Knight from Ulysses, Raymond Velasquez, who provided the devices to the group. Daily Leader photo/Jessica Crawford

 
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