The fall NAPS highway pickup was held on Monday, October 29th, 2018. Thanks to the hard work of the pre-Halloween "skeleton" crew, 12 bags of trash and several large items were removed from the sides of NAPS' Adopt-A-Highway stretch of Route 200 (from Wicomico Church to the Tipers Bridge). Many dangerous tree limbs downed by Tropical Storm Michael were also removed from the road shoulders, and dozens of cans and bottles were recovered for recycling.
Want to join the crew for the next NAPS Adopt-A-Highway pickup? Contact Janice Mahoney at 580-3154 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or start your own group by contacting VDOT – find more information at its website or at KeepVirginiaBeautiful.org.
NAPS Highway Crew members (from left): Mike Ahart, Alice Imbur, Don Imbur, Arthur Carver, Bill Estell, Janice Mahoney, and Martha Tallent.
A headless "Angel of the Highway" concrete statue was left on a guard rail to bless travelers, reminding each to "keep their head" and drive safely.