Bluegrass Greensource will hold the seventh annual Main Street Cleanup, partnering with community coordinators during September to organize trash removal events in 16 communities.
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Last year’s Main Street Cleanup event attracted more than 1,000 volunteers who collected 150,000 garbage bags. This year’s event has been rescheduled since spring and will focus on National Cleanup Day, September 19.
Bluegrass Greensource is working with partner communities and sponsors to ensure that all safeguards related to COVID-19 are in place for each cleanup.
“The Main Street Clean Sweep is a great opportunity for families and individuals to come together and help our local environment,” said Amy Sohner, chief executive officer of Bluegrass Greensource. “Being outside and being part of a large, socially isolated regional event will help all of us feel empowered in a way we haven’t been able to since the pandemic began. head.”
Cleanups are scheduled throughout central Kentucky.
For more information and to find Main Street Cleanup event, visit www.bggreensource.org/mscs for a list of participating communities and event details.
Main Street Clean Sweep was presented by Commonwealth Credit Union, in partnership with Ale-8-One, PNC, Republic Services, Community Trust Bank and Bechtel Parsons.
Community sponsors include Estill County Financial Courts, Garrard County Financial Courts, Lincoln County Financial Courts, Georgetown- Scott County Tours, City of Mt. Sterling, City of Lawrenceburg, Mike’s Hike and Bike, Apollo Pizza and Planet 10
Bluegrass Greensource is an environmental non-profit organization that has provided resources and educational information to 19 Central Kentucky counties since 2001.
Woodland’s chances of winning the 7-AAAAA Region championship could have gone out the window, or rather over the fence, as Calhoun kicked off eight home runs in a two-headed sweep on Thursday. Year in Gordon County.
Wildcats struggled despite the long serve, but too much to overcome when they lost 6-5 and 7-3. With the defeat, Woodland fell 7-3 in the region – good enough to take second in the league. Wildcats were half ahead of Cass and had a record of going head-to-head against Colonels.
Although earning the No. 2 seed and the accompanying home playoff series would be huge, Woodland (13-6 total) saw a chance to take the top spot in the region after a massive blow. on Thursday. Calhoun is currently 8-0 in the region and has a winner against the Wildcats.
Woodland overcame the home team in the first match with a score of 10-7. However, three of those seven shots left the field. The home team Yellow Jackets in the third, fourth and fifth innings. The last of the three hurts the most, as it’s proven to be the difference.
Wildcats are back in the game at the top of the fifth. Morgan Cooper had a double track, and Kailey Baker drove in a track with a hit to pull Woodland in a 4-3.
The University of Georgia’s Lyndi Rae Davis, however, made the double hit which gave the Jacket much-needed coverage, making Hannah Miller’s double-runner lead the seventh debate.
Lainey Baker launched seven shots and didn’t dribble, but it wasn’t enough to counter the home trio.
In game 2, Cassie Jones pitched well in the first five innings, limiting Calhoun to three runs on eight shots. But the first three hits and four of the first five kickers started in the sixth inning, forcing Woodland to bring Lainey Baker back to frame.
Wildcats entered the home field of the sixth half with just 3-2. It was actually a draw in the fifth half after Cooper doubled Ansley Evans’s lead for the home team and then scored himself after a pass.
A few flaws helped Evans score a consoling goal at the top of group seven. The sunbae had a phenomenal match, finishing 3 to 3 with two braces and two runs scored. She also scored an opening. Miller led Woodland’s attack in that match, winning 4 to 4 with a brace and running home.