Miss Delaware, DelDOT secretary to help Lake Forest students in roadside clean-up

FELTON – Reigning Miss Delaware Brooke Mitchell and Delaware Department of Transportation Secretary Jennifer Cohan will participate in this weekend’s annual “Imagine a Little-Free Delaware Day” when hundreds of Adopt A-Highway volunteers all set out to clean their adopted roads on the same day.

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Miss Delaware Brooke Mitchell of Selbyville will assist Lake Forest High School students in a roadside clean-up this Saturday as part of “Imagine a Little-Free Delaware Day.”

Ms. Mitchell, of Selbyville, and Sec. Cohan on Saturday, Oct. 17 will be accompanying longtime road adoptees, the Lake Forest High School Business Professionals of America. They will be helping students in a clean-up of the students’ adopted road, Killens Pond Road near Felton.

At 11 a.m. Saturday, volunteers will meet in the parking area directly in front of the main entrance of Lake Forest High School where they will receive a garbage bag and gloves before heading out.

In its 11th year, Imagine A Litter-Free Delaware Day provides an opportunity for groups to get a good clean-up done before the end of the year.

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