Community participates in Earth Day clean-up


On Tuesday, the Rotary Club of WCH met at Chrisman Park for its weekly meeting. The program, led by Kristen Hauer, marketing director at Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville, was Earth Day Clean-up. Rotarians and other community members canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and streets, picking up trash. Before participants began, Washington C.H. Police Department officer Adam Phillips informed everyone of what to watch for and what to do if encountered with drugs and/or drug paraphernalia. The other volunteers involved in the program were friends and family members of Rotarians, Washington High School tennis team members and coach, Old Navy employees, and other Tanger Outlet members. Tanger Outlets provided lunch to all who participated in the clean-up efforts.

On Tuesday, the Rotary Club of WCH met at Chrisman Park for its weekly meeting. The program, led by Kristen Hauer, marketing director at Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville, was Earth Day Clean-up. Rotarians and other community members canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and streets, picking up trash. Before participants began, Washington C.H. Police Department officer Adam Phillips informed everyone of what to watch for and what to do if encountered with drugs and/or drug paraphernalia. The other volunteers involved in the program were friends and family members of Rotarians, Washington High School tennis team members and coach, Old Navy employees, and other Tanger Outlet members. Tanger Outlets provided lunch to all who participated in the clean-up efforts.


On Tuesday, the Rotary Club of WCH met at Chrisman Park for its weekly meeting. The program, led by Kristen Hauer, marketing director at Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville, was Earth Day Clean-up. Rotarians and other community members canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and streets, picking up trash. Before participants began, Washington C.H. Police Department officer Adam Phillips informed everyone of what to watch for and what to do if encountered with drugs and/or drug paraphernalia. The other volunteers involved in the program were friends and family members of Rotarians, Washington High School tennis team members and coach, Old Navy employees, and other Tanger Outlet members. Tanger Outlets provided lunch to all who participated in the clean-up efforts.

On Tuesday, the Rotary Club of WCH met at Chrisman Park for its weekly meeting. The program, led by Kristen Hauer, marketing director at Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville, was Earth Day Clean-up. Rotarians and other community members canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and streets, picking up trash. Before participants began, Washington C.H. Police Department officer Adam Phillips informed everyone of what to watch for and what to do if encountered with drugs and/or drug paraphernalia. The other volunteers involved in the program were friends and family members of Rotarians, Washington High School tennis team members and coach, Old Navy employees, and other Tanger Outlet members. Tanger Outlets provided lunch to all who participated in the clean-up efforts.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_IMG_5009.jpgOn Tuesday, the Rotary Club of WCH met at Chrisman Park for its weekly meeting. The program, led by Kristen Hauer, marketing director at Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville, was Earth Day Clean-up. Rotarians and other community members canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and streets, picking up trash. Before participants began, Washington C.H. Police Department officer Adam Phillips informed everyone of what to watch for and what to do if encountered with drugs and/or drug paraphernalia. The other volunteers involved in the program were friends and family members of Rotarians, Washington High School tennis team members and coach, Old Navy employees, and other Tanger Outlet members. Tanger Outlets provided lunch to all who participated in the clean-up efforts.