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By Andi Bourne
Pathfinder 

Adopt a Highway connects community through service

 

December 2, 2021

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Seeley Lake Leos Club Advisor and Lion Mary Stone, Leos Tru Good and Sara Stevenson work with Seeley Lake Lion's Club Adopt A Highway Chair Rachel Feigley Oct. 10 when they cleaned up Highway 83 from mile marker 15 to 17.

SEELEY LAKE – How often do you notice when the highway is decorated with litter? However, when the roadside is free of debris, motorists are quick to take it for granted.

There is an army of volunteers, from organized groups to individuals, who keep local roadways clean through the Montana Department of Transportation Adopt A Highway (AAH) Program. In the spring and the fall, they walk their adopted stretch of highway and remove the trash that was intentionally, or unintentionally, lost.

"I think people forget that there is [the Adopt A Highway] program and that is why things look clean,...



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