Linton holds annual city-wide clean-up project
The City of Linton held its annual city-wide clean-up project on Saturday, May 4. Residents were asked to place unwanted items, which are usually not picked up on the regular garbage route, on the boulevard of their property to be picked up. Members of the Linton Lions Club, City of Linton employees, and volunteers helped with the project, and several private trailers were used in the project along with the City’s two garbage trucks. Above, helping out from Linton were standing (left to right), Dillon Kleespie (volunteer), Dennis Morris (Lions Club and City of Linton), Dan Imdieke (Lions Club and City of Linton), Fuzzy Feist (Lions Club), Bob Job (City of Linton), Spencer Larson (Lions Club), Dave Beastrom (Lions Club) and Charles Pavlicek (Lions Club); front row; Ron Kaiser (Lions Club), Ryan Job (volunteer), Greg Bosch (Lions Club), Mark Weber (volunteer), and City of Linton employees Glenn Holzer, Paul Richter, Lenny Feist and Virgil Hulm. Missing from the photo are Gary Hulm (Lions Club and City of Linton) and Rick Bosch (Lions Club).
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