Enjoy Good, Clean Fun with Livingston Dems on Earth Day Weekend!
Looking for some good, clean fun?
Then join Livingston Dems on Sunday, April 23, for our quarterly roadside cleanup under the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Adopt-a-Highway program.
Livingston Dems have been participating in MDOT’s Adopt-a-Highway program for more than 30 years, picking up litter along a two-mile stretch of M-59 in Oceola Township.
This year, leadership of the project is transitioning to Jordan Genso, a member of the Livingston County Democratic Executive Committee and its secretary.
The April 23 cleanup is the first one of the year, which means a winter’s worth of litter will have accumulated along the roadway. Cleanup usually takes about two hours, but having more volunteers can cut that time.
And it comes on Earth Day weekend – a perfect way to observe the event.
Please meet at 8 a.m. in the parking lot of Ironwood Golf Club, 6902 E. Highland Rd., in Oceola Township, parking near the fence. The rain date will be April 30.
Sign up here to receive updates and reminders.
Wear sturdy shoes and bring sunscreen and work gloves. The party will provide a safety briefing, safety vest, trash bags, and pickup sticks.
“If you are new to the party, this is a great, informal opportunity to meet other Democrats and enjoy casual conversation will getting some exercise and doing something for the environment,” said Judy Daubenmier, party chair.