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Shown is a group of canoeing cleaners who collected trash last Saturday as they floated the Kinni from the Glen Park launch to the bridge at County Road FF. From left: Mark Deering, Tom Rice, Rob Kesselring, Mike Venero, Dan Cooke, Dave Shanteau, Dave Burkhardt, Madeleine Kerr, Allen Smith, Jeff Pilgrim with Baxter and Jerry Norris. <i>Photo courtesy of Tom Rice</i>

Kinni Cleanup a go

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Kinni Cleanup a go
River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

After snowy weather forced the Kinnickinnic River Land Trust to postpone its annual spring cleaning event, the garbage-gathering activity was rescheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, April 27, starting in Glen Park, a day when weather forecasters call for about 60 degrees and no precipitation. People can register for the cleanup at KRLT's website: www.kinniriver.org

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Shown is a group of canoeing cleaners who collected trash last Saturday as they floated the Kinni from the Glen Park launch to the bridge at County Road FF. From left: Mark Deering, Tom Rice, Rob Kesselring, Mike Venero, Dan Cooke, Dave Shanteau, Dave Burkhardt, Madeleine Kerr, Allen Smith, Jeff Pilgrim with Baxter and Jerry Norris.

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