Did you hear?... National River Cleanup Week 2002 scheduled for May 11-18

National River Cleanup Week 2002 has been scheduled for May 11-18.
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National River Cleanup Week 2002 has been scheduled for May 11-18. Registration is free, and groups that register their cleanups with National River Cleanup Week receive educational and promotional materials on conducting cleanups of waterways. Groups that register by April 1 receive free official National River Cleanup Week trash bags. You can register online at www.americaoutdoors.org/nrcw, or by calling 865-558-3595 for a registration form.

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