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The Keep Tennessee Beautiful's DeKalb County Clean Up Campaign was a huge success according to County Mayor Mike Foster and Chamber Director Suzanne Williams. Approximately 200 people participated in this year's event.
Volunteers reported litter pick-up at various locations including Highway 56 South, Highway 56 North, the Hurricane Bridge area, Smithville Golf Course area, Memorial Gardens, Dowelltown, Alexandria, Liberty, Austin Bottoms, Belk, Keltonburg and the Smithville Public Square.
Employees at SHIROKI, North America picked up miles of litter on Highway 70. In the Four Seasons area, volunteers spruced up the children's playground area.
The dumpsters that had ...


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