Join us on September 23rd at 8:00AM for our Adopt-A-Highway cleanup. Walk a mile to pick up roadside trash. We keep a couple of miles on Hwy 199 clean – between highway markers 3 and 5.
Bring gloves and water. The more who helps = less work for the individual and FUN.
Trash bags and a safety vest will be provided for you. All must be at least 16 years old.
Meet at pull off area at Hubbard Lane on the south side of Hwy 199. We can do the trash, then have a breakfast together!
RSVP to Brian at email@example.com.
Join Us!! We are Back!
Discuss national events and how they impact Josephine County.
Rural Organizing Project will be with us.
Men invited too!
Thursday, September 28
Noon to 1:30PM
Black Forest Restaurant
820 NE E St, Grants Pass, OR 97526
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