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Highway 371 gets a cleanup thanks to Redshank Riders

 

Last updated 11/22/2017 at Noon

Allison Renck and Mike Lewis march back to the staging area at the Anza Chevron station from the Hill Street area with bags bulging with litter at the Redshank Riders’ Adopt-A-Highway Clean Up Day, Saturday, Nov. 11. Diane Sieker photo

The Backcountry Horsemen of California Redshank Riders Unit cheerfully performed their Adopt-A-Highway clean up duties Saturday, Nov. 11, picking up litter along the shoulder of a portion of state Route 371.

Redshank Riders members Allison Renck, Mike Lewis, Gretchen Peckham, Jack Peckham and Cathy Haun Firth came together early that morning at the Chevron gas station in Anza and equipped themselves with trash bags, safety vests and trash pickers. Then it was off in teams to pick up rubbish alongside SR-371, from Bautista Road to just north of Hill Street, about 2 miles or 4 miles shoulder...



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