KECB, BRWA teaming up to hold 'Rivers Alive' Cleanup

The Broad River Watershed Association (BRWA) and Keep Elbert County Beautiful (KECB) are teaming up for a “Rivers Alive Cleanup” on the access points along the lower part of the Broad River.

The planned event is for Saturday, Sept. 22.

According to the plan for the event issued by both BRWA and KECB, the plan is to meet at 8 a.m. at the Broad River Wildlife Management Area to clean up two access points at the top of Anthony Shoals in Elbert County.

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