Cleanup leaders in Haywood recognized

Winners of "Community Pride" awards through Haywood County's Commission for a Clean County will gather at noon, Feb. 15, at the Waynesville Inn.

The award winners demonstrated exceptional environmental stewardship in the county during the past year.

Being recognized are the Haywood Correctional Center (now closed), Waynesville's Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Silver Bluff Village, the Maggie Valley Civic Association, Clayton Davis, the North Hominy Community Beautification Make-over Team, the Maggie Valley United Methodist Church, Meadowbrook Elementary School Recycling Club and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Club at Tuscola High School.

RSVP by Monday, Feb. 6.

Bill Skelton at 828.456.3575 or JoAnna Swanson at 828.452.1550.

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