SCC employees help clean up Surry County highway


Surry Community College’s first ever Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup day was a success. The group of 13 faculty and staff members were led by Randy Rogers, director of Facilities at Surry Community College. After completing a brief safety training session, the groups headed out to clean up a two-mile section of U.S. 601 from Cody Trail to Collins Road. Employees collected a total of 39 bags of trash, and the Surry Community College Foundation received $3 per bag from the Surry County Litter Campaign totaling $117. Participating are, from left, Terry Shelton, Randy Rogers, Keith Terry, Danielle Kessler, Norma Goins, Jamie Abernathy, Kathleen Fowler, Gail Hodges. Not pictured but participating were David Wright, Jami Woods, Marion Venable, Shane Fowler, Rebekah Tilley and Melissa Atkinson.


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Surry Community College’s first ever Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup day was a success. The group of 13 faculty and staff members were led by Randy Rogers, director of Facilities at Surry Community College. After completing a brief safety training session, the groups headed out to clean up a two-mile section of U.S. 601 from Cody Trail to Collins Road. Employees collected a total of 39 bags of trash, and the Surry Community College Foundation received $3 per bag from the Surry County Litter Campaign totaling $117. Participating are, from left, Terry Shelton, Randy Rogers, Keith Terry, Danielle Kessler, Norma Goins, Jamie Abernathy, Kathleen Fowler, Gail Hodges. Not pictured but participating were David Wright, Jami Woods, Marion Venable, Shane Fowler, Rebekah Tilley and Melissa Atkinson.

Surry Community College’s first ever Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup day was a success. The group of 13 faculty and staff members were led by Randy Rogers, director of Facilities at Surry Community College. After completing a brief safety training session, the groups headed out to clean up a two-mile section of U.S. 601 from Cody Trail to Collins Road. Employees collected a total of 39 bags of trash, and the Surry Community College Foundation received $3 per bag from the Surry County Litter Campaign totaling $117. Participating are, from left, Terry Shelton, Randy Rogers, Keith Terry, Danielle Kessler, Norma Goins, Jamie Abernathy, Kathleen Fowler, Gail Hodges. Not pictured but participating were David Wright, Jami Woods, Marion Venable, Shane Fowler, Rebekah Tilley and Melissa Atkinson.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_Trash-Pickup-formatted.jpgSurry Community College’s first ever Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup day was a success. The group of 13 faculty and staff members were led by Randy Rogers, director of Facilities at Surry Community College. After completing a brief safety training session, the groups headed out to clean up a two-mile section of U.S. 601 from Cody Trail to Collins Road. Employees collected a total of 39 bags of trash, and the Surry Community College Foundation received $3 per bag from the Surry County Litter Campaign totaling $117. Participating are, from left, Terry Shelton, Randy Rogers, Keith Terry, Danielle Kessler, Norma Goins, Jamie Abernathy, Kathleen Fowler, Gail Hodges. Not pictured but participating were David Wright, Jami Woods, Marion Venable, Shane Fowler, Rebekah Tilley and Melissa Atkinson. Submitted photo
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