Kids take to the streets-for water and Earth Day

Storn Drain Marking in OregonThank you to the 134 volunteers that took to the streets on April 18th for Storm Drain Marking. You marked over 380 storm drains and dropped off educational material to 1070 homes. You reminded citizens that storm drains lead straight to the nearest ditch, creek, or waterway without being filtered. These dedicated volunteers from church groups, Scout groups and other youth groups, worked in neighborhoods in Northwood, Ottawa Hills, Sylvania, Washington Township, Junction Neighborhood, Rossford, Oregon, and Waterville as part of Global Youth Service Day. To help us all remember, a good rule of thumb about what should go down a storm drain is “If you wouldn’t drink it, don’t pour it!” If your group is interested in participating in Storm Drain Marking throughout the summer, please contact us to get scheduled. Thank you again to our dedicated volunteers.