Creek Clean Up July 31- August 1 2014

Public is invited to help us pull tires from Five Mile Creek in Brookside.

Over 1300 tires have been counted in the stream bed near Brookside. Help us pull out these tires for a smoother canoe ride down the creek!

Five Mile Creek Greenway Partnership with Jefferson County Department of Health

Brookside Tire Removal July 31 and August 1 (Thursday and Friday) 2014


8:00 am Registration at Five Mile Creek Canoe Company 325 Cardiff Road, Brookside, 35036

Bridgestone Tires OneTeamOnePlanet will pick up all of the tires we extract and recycle them free of charge.

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Contact Numbers Scott Hofer, JCDH, 930-1274,

Roger McCondichie, Brookside Mayor,   910-4746

Francesca Gross, Five Mile Creek Coordinator,  226-7755
Brookside Clean Up Flyer 2014

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Five Mile Creek APSO Clean Up July 27 in Graysville

Come join the Five Mile Creek Partnership for a summer creek clean up.

The date of this year’s event is Saturday morning, July 27, 2013 in Graysville at the passive park site off Old Highway 78 where we built the canoe put-in and Boy Scout campsite in 2009.
This year’s event will be a fairly modest one, focusing mainly on picking up trash in the creek, the canoe put-in area, the camping area, and up and down the old, abandoned highway 78 roadway. There will be  cold drinks and snack, and the  free “I HELPED CLEAN UP FIVE MILE CREEK” T-shirts provided to all volunteers. Registration would begin around 8 a.m., cleanup from 9-11 a.m. .
See the attached flyer for more information.  Five Mile 13 Flyer

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