Rotary Club adopts Flushing portion of M-13 for clean-up

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On April 24, the Rotary Club of Flushing conducted its first “Adopt-a-Highway” cleanup of portions of state highway M-13 in Flushing Township. Club members formed small teams to pick up trash along M-13 from Carpenter Road south to Stanley Road to the north. The Rotary Club of Flushing is participating in the Michigan Department of Transportation’s “Adopt a Highway” program as part of Rotary International’s “Day of Service” and one of its community service projects in the Flushing community. The Rotary Club plans to continue to conduct “Adopt a Highway” as one of its community service initiatives. Pictured are Rotary members (L-R): Greg Yassick, Faith Yassick, Hank Thoma, John Cote, Tim Glavin, Doug Thomas and Darwin Scherba. Also participating but not pictured were: Marty Barta (president), Ann Gault, John Gault, John Boerger, Matt Catlin, Ginny Myers and Duane Allyn.