Thanks again to more than 100 volunteers from the community and Waterford School District who participated in the 2017 Earth Day Township Cleanup Event on Saturday, April 22! Together, you removed 71 cubic yards of unsightly and potentially dangerous debris from Waterford roadways and Hess-Hathaway Park.
Thank you to our important donors who also make it possible to keep costs to a bare minimum. Smith's Disposal & Recycling donated dumpsters again this year. Sam's Club (Novi, MI) and Tenuta's Food Lane donated water to keep our volunteers hydrated out in the field.
On Earth Day Cleanup 2016, more than 60 volunteers collected 38 cubic yards of litter from Waterford's roadsides helping to keep Waterford beautiful and preventing these items from entering our waterways.
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Thank you to Smith's Disposal, Tenuta's Food Lane, and Sam's Club of Novi for donating supplies for our 2017 Earth Day Cleanup.
2017 Ron sutton volunteer driving
2017 Ben volunteers on Williams Lake Rd.
2016 M-59 Volunteers
2016 Elizabeth Lake Rd. Volunteers
2017 Chief Lyman collecting trash
2016 Williams Lake Rd. 3
2016 Hatchery Rd.
2017 student volunteers
2016 BEFORE Earth Day
2017 Chief Lyman and volunteers
2017 Library volunteers at civic center pond
2016 Clintonville Rd. Volunteers
2017 Girl Scouts volunteer at Hess-Hathaway Park
2016 Williams Lake Rd. Volunteers
2016 Dixie Hwy Volunteers
Supervisor Gary Wall & Volunteer Todd Gulich
2017 Child volunteer on Cass Lake Rd.
2016 Chamber volunteers on M-59
2017 Clerk Sue Camilleri with car part
2016 Williams Lake Rd. more
2017 Student volunteer
2016 BEFORE Earth Day 1
2017 Volunteers on Williams Lake Rd.
2017 Donna Wall registration volunteer
2017 The Fords volunteer on S. Williams Lake Rd.
2017 Ron Sutton, Terri Sutton, Clerk Sue Camilleri cleaning on Dixie Hwy.