Clean Gloucester Day

- Posted on Mar 20, 2019 - 01:14 PM

Photo: Roads and highways in and around Gloucester Court House were alive with yellow vests and orange trash bags on Saturday, as residents came to clean up the town for the upcoming Daffodil Festival. Among the many people who turned out for Clean Gloucester Day were, in photo above, from left, Ben Gorrell and his son, Thaine, of Cub Scout Pack 175; Soaren Roberts-Whitfield and his mom, Yvonda, of Trail Life; and Hunter Morton of Beaverdam Community Service, are shown with the trash they collected along Roaring Springs Road. Photo by Sherry Hamilton

Roads and highways in and around Gloucester Court House were alive with yellow vests and orange trash bags on Saturday, as residents came to clean up the town for the upcoming Daffodil Festival. Among the many people who turned out for Clean Gloucester Day were, in photo above, from left, Ben Gorrell and his son, Thaine, of Cub Scout Pack 175; Soaren Roberts-Whitfield and his mom, Yvonda, of Trail Life; and Hunter Morton of Beaverdam Community Service, are shown with the trash they collected along Roaring Springs Road. Photo by Sherry Hamilton