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Alpharetta Rotary Road Warriors Adopt a Mile

Rain made the task more difficult, but the service organization got the job done.

Pictured from left to right: Karen Nolan, Chris Kemp, Ali Moradi, Phil Kingrey, William Perkins, Andrea Gordon, Sam Gordon, Jason Binder, and Janet Ulich. Chris Weeber  also participated. Credit: Alpharetta Rotary Club
Pictured from left to right: Karen Nolan, Chris Kemp, Ali Moradi, Phil Kingrey, William Perkins, Andrea Gordon, Sam Gordon, Jason Binder, and Janet Ulich. Chris Weeber also participated. Credit: Alpharetta Rotary Club

Local Rotarians from the Alpharetta club recently braved the rain and stepped out to pick up trash on Old Milton Parkway. Every quarter club members do their part to help keep our own community clean.

Rotarian Chris Weeber, who has been the Adopt a Mile project leader for several years, said, “this is a fun way for our club to be active in keeping our environment clean."

Getting the clean up done this year was a challenge with all the rain, but Weeber and the group  got the job done.  Alpharetta Rotary President Dan Merkel added ”adopt a mile is a great way for us to make a visible difference in our community.”

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