The Delbarton CVB and Southern Coal Camp Authority teamed up for a community cleanup day on Saturday, March 13. Volunteers spread out to three areas — Elk Creek, Lincoln City and Buffalo Mountain — and worked their way back to Delbarton picking up trash along their paths. CVB President Steven Cook said more than 125 bags of litter were picked up. He worked the Buffalo Mountain section and said full bags of trash were collected about every 100 feet. A second cleanup day will be held in Delbarton on Saturday, March 27. Also, the City of Williamson is planning a litter pickup day on Saturday, March 20, and the town of Matewan will be holding similar activities on Saturday, March 27.
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