Adpot-A-Highway

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Adopt-A-Highway is a Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) program designed to help keep the state's highway roadsides clean and attractive. Participants adopt both sides of a section of state highway roadside to clean up for at least a two-year period. A minimum two-mile stretch of roadway is recommended. All types of state highways may be adopted, including two-lane roads, limited access highways, boulevards and business routes. Since 1990, Adopt-A-Highway local groups have collected over a million bags of trash. Currently 2,800 groups are participating in the program and have adopted over 6,400 miles of Michigan highways.

Caledonia United Methodist Church participates in this program if interested in volunteering please contact the church office or check out the church calendar for clean up dates.

CUMC works with the Adopt-A-Highway program to maintain M-37 from 92nd St. to 108th St. in Caledonia. 

Please join us Sunday October 1st at 3:00 pm for the fall clean up.