The 30th anniversary of the Liberty Drive cleanup was held Saturday, May 7, coordinated by Town of Wheatfield Councilman Larry Helwig.
He said, “This was the largest group of Scouts attending this cleanup in the history of this event. Over 32 Cub Scouts and their families from Pack 824 in Cambria and Pack 833 in Wheatfield attended the cleanup on Liberty Drive.”
Shown are many of the Scouts and their families who participated.
Organizers extended a special thank you to Precious Plate from Liberty Drive for providing the gloves, grabbers, vests, drinks, doughnuts and bags; the Frontier Volunteer Fire Co. on Liberty Drive for providing the restroom facilities, pop and coffee; and the Niagara County Sewer District for providing the Dumpster.
Also, to the following Scouts who attended this cleanup exercise: Charles, Margaret and Grant Scime; Emrys Chiodo; Mari, Alex and Corey Tucker; Andy and Chris Pappal; Neven, Brian and Reiner Markovich; Harrison and Jamine Roberts; Jesse, Tyler and London Gooch; Jack and Tim Rider; Chloc Coran; Scott and Brennen Banks; Matt Evans; Dave Grienert; Christopher and Collin Perna; Danielle, Brauder and London Finnegan; Tanya, Tessa and Grayson Simmons; Nicole Mgewski; and Vincent Gantonio
“Thank you to all,” Helwig said.