Seen Around Town: Richardson Highway cleanup

07/25/2011
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A blue Adopt A Highway sign sponsored by Copper River Princess
The Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge adopted a mile of the Richardson Highway

In July, Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge employees supported their commitment to an adopted mile on the Richardson Highway. A group of eight employees volunteered their time (well, they did receive some ice cream) to clean up the mile. They had a great time and picked up a good amount of trash.

Princess Lodges employees volunteer wearing orange vests and collecting trash along the highway
Vadim Bizga, Ile Taneski, Sarah Lafferty and Patrick Parriott (left to right) work to clean up the highway. Photo courtesy Princess Lodges.
Princess Lodges employees wearing orange vests pose for a photo on the shoulder of the highway
Lodge employees (left to right) David Jonas, Dustin Ward, Patrick Parriott, Sarah Lafferty, Jessica Weaver, Vadim Bizga and Ile Taneski show off bags of the trash they picked up. Photo courtesy Princess Lodges.