Twice a year, volunteers pick up trash along Audubon's adopted section of Route 62 from Riverside Road, where the Audubon Center and Sanctuary is located, south to the Pennsylvania state line.
Anyone interested is invited to join this worthwhile endeavor from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Rain or shine, volunteers will meet at the Nature Center at 1600 Riverside Road, one-quarter mile east of Route 62 between Jamestown and Warren. After donning a bright orange vest, they will ride in the van to Audubon's section of highway.
After matching orange trash bags are filled with refuse that has intentionally or accidentally ended up on the sides of the road, workers will return to the Nature Center for thanks and food.
Volunteers are pictured at a recent Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s Roadside Cleanup.
Denny Anderson, Audubon volunteer, will again head the effort, as he has for many years.
Participants are reminded to dress for the weather and bring gloves if they have them.
For more information, call the Audubon Center at 569-2345 or reply at the Roadside Cleanup link at jamestownaudubon.org. Reservations are not required, but Audubon wants to be sure to have enough food.