BETHLEHEM CONSERVATION COMMISSION’S ANNUAL ROADSIDE CLEAN-UP
Please join us Saturday, May 6, for our annual clean-up.
Volunteers can sign up between 10:00 and 10:30 a.m. at the Gazebo on Main Street and get the Blue Bags, disposable gloves, T-shirts and road assignments. The clean-up generally lasts until Noon.
Volunteers leave the Blue Bags alongside the road to be picked up later by others. We also need volunteers to drive the routes to pick up the bagged trash and take it to the Transfer Station.
When participating, please wear something bright to be visible to traffic, although we are giving out neon yellow “Just Be Litter Free” T-shirts to help with that. Come prepared with proper footwear (since it could be wet), water, insect repellent and work gloves if you prefer them to disposables. We know we do!
If you have questions, or the means to pick up bagged trash and take it to the Transfer Station, email us at: BethlehemNHConservation@gmail.com. Also, you can check the Bethlehem Conservation Commission’s Facebook page.
Last year 35 volunteers turned out and filled 67 Blue Bags in less than two hours. It would be great to outdo ourselves this year. Hope to see you there!
Bethlehem Elementary School students will be conducting a clean-up on roads in town on Friday, May 5. Please drive carefully on both days.