By Rick Mansfield
The middle-Current River cleanup in mid-July was a fine success with more than 70 volunteers participating and more than a ton of debris again removed from the river and its borders.
Registration began at 8 a.m. and lunch was served at 1 p.m. After a prayer led by Gary McIntosh, of Ellington, and as people began to eat, names for door prizes were drawn and announced by Cynthia Dea and Kate Moss.
Prizes included flashlights donated by Gastineau Hardware and a 12-gallon fuel tank donated by Ernie’s Sales and Service, knives, shirts, gift certificates and books.
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The prize for most trash went to Tom Smith and family from Blackwell, Mo. They chose a diamond-plate storage box made and donated by Blazer Boats.
First runner-up went to Jack and Mary Ficker, from Jadwin, Mo., who got a Bass Pro cleaning table and bucket, and lastly the Clingman family from Marionville took home a fish cooker.
For more information on future cleanups, including the Jack’s Fork Trash Bash scheduled for Aug. 10, go to Facebook pages Rick Mansfield or Stewards of the Ozarks. You can also contact Mansfield through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (573) 663-2269.
Ellington’s Blazer Boats and their distributors are the major sponsors of OHP, who in 2018 hosted or co-hosted events that removed more than 40 tons of debris from Missouri streams and presented to more than 6,000 school-age children.
(Rick Mansfield is a storyteller and writer, and is always looking for new audiences. He can be reached at email@example.com.)