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Members of the Piankatank Community League spent last Thursday picking up trash alongside Route 198, picking up 14 bags of trash at its Adopt-a-Highway spot, which runs from the Harcum fire station to Hatch Road. Pictured are league members Glen Frick, Richard Yamamoto and Art Hayhurst, from left. The Virginia Department of Transportation’s Adopt-a-Highway program requires adopters to commit to cleaning up their two-mile roadside spot twice a year, and all equipment is provided. “Your group’s hard work and pride of place is recognized by a sign at your adopted spot, erected after your first two cleanups have been completed,” Gloucester Clean Community coordinator Elisabeth Wilkins said. For more information about the program, call 1-800-FOR-ROAD or email

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