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Recognitions for Clean Sweep 2016
Discarded trellis reclaimed by ECA
Shelton Clean Sweep was another great success this year. Many thanks to everyone involved!

2016 CLEAN SWEEP AWARDS (click award photos to enlarge)

 


  Austin Foley, Volunteer of the Year
  (Individual Category).



  Boy Scout Troop 28, Volunteer of the Year
  (Group Category)
 

   ECA & Mica Corporation
 Volunteer of the Year
(Business Category)
(Joint cleanup)

 
As always, we would like to give special recognition to the Housatonic River Cleanup, Inc. , whose efforts each year resul in an incredible pile of garbage taken from the shores of the Housatonic River.

                            
Results reported via the online Cleanup Reporting Form for April - June 2016 (many cleanups were not reported!)

Cub Scout Pack 25 - Todd Road - 5 bags
MOMS Club of Huntington and Monroe - Riverview Park - 1 full bag
Charlie Carreira and John Dias - Regan Circle, Wooster - 1 large bag
Ellen Cramp - 1 to 39 Coram Road - 1 large bag
The Nielsen Company - Huntington Street - 11 large bags
GS Troop 28 - Perry Hill School - 1 large bag
ECA & MICA - Mountain View & Ivy Brook - 55 bags+
Turner Construction - Waterview Dr. & Const. Blvd - 25 bags
Brownie Troop 60294 - Cali Drive - 2 large garbage bags
Cub Scout Pack 24 - Booth Hill School - 2 large bags
BS Troop 28 - Rec Path - 3000 lbs of metal, 45 tires & 15 bags
Far Mill River Association - Beard Sawmill Rd, Pootatuck Rd - 8 bags +
Cub Scout Pack 20 - Sunnyside School - 30 bags
Bella Winter - Buddington Road - 5 large bags
Ken McGovern - Newport Ave - 5 lbs
Fernando Alves - Pine Lake - 4 large bags
Sheri Dutkanicz - Shelton Ave - 2 large bags
Sheri, Delainey & Fernando - Meadow St - 4 large bags
Ingrid Waters - Long Hill Cross - 3 large bags +
Cub Scout Pack 28 - Mohegan School & Nike Site - 12 large bags +
GS Troop 60062 - SIS and SHS - 12 bags +
Ron & Preston - Mill Street - 6 large bags
Austin Foley - East Village Park - 12 large bags
Gil Pastor - Farmill River at Pine Rock Park - 2 bags, 2 tires

Many volunteers don't report their cleanups, so the above is just a fraction of the litter that was actually removed.  We are still working to persuade people to record their cleanups. An estimate of the total number of volunteers involved throughout Shelton is 500 people. 

Troop 28 hauled out an enormous pile of scrap metal, tires, and other debris from the bottom of a cliff near the Rec Path.

GS Troop 60294