HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. — The annual Vivian Smith Scott County Looks Good To Me county-wide cleanup has been scheduled for Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. until noon.
Everyone participating in the cleanup (children must be accompanied by an adult) is required to register on the morning of April 13 at one of the designated locations at 9 a.m. to be eligible for prize drawings. Any school group or non-profit organization that is participating as a group must sign in together in order to be counted as a group. Each person can only represent one group or organization.
Food will be provided at the Scott County Office Building in Huntsville at 1 p.m., at which time drawings will be conducted for door prizes. Participants must be present to win.
Scott County's mission is to create a clean county through litter prevention, beautification and solid waste management. Our goal is to form community partnerships dedicated to empowering individuals to take greater responsibility for enhancing the community development.
Scott County Mayor Jeff Tibbals, the Scott County Board of County Commissioners and Scott County Litter Coordinator Shonda Crabtree extend their thanks to the following businesses for their donations that help make the cleanup possible:
• Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken
• El Rey's restaurant
• Four Oaks Funeral Home
• Plateau DrugCenter
• Brimstone Recreation
• Huntsville Mayor George W. Potter
• Grey Gables Bed & Breakfast
• McDonalds of Oneida
• 27 Supply
• Cell Depot
• Young's Jewelry
• First National Bank of Oneida
• Lumber King
• Scott County Road Department
• Oneida Book & Gift
• Plateau Electric Cooperative
• Citizens Gas Utility District
• Children's Center of the Cumberlands
• Mid-County Pawn
• Industrial Development Board of Scott County
The designated sign-in locations in each district are:
• 1st District: Fairview School (Commissioners Blue Day and David Jeffers)
• 2nd District: Robbins School (Commissioners Sam Lyles and June Jeffers)
• 3rd District: Scott County Office Building (Commissioners Ernest Phillips and Kenny Morrow)
• 4th District: Mid-County Fire Department (Commissioners Dennis Sexton and Brian Armstrong)
• 5th District: Pine Hill Fire Department & Winfield School (Commissioners Paul Strunk and Harold Chambers)
• 6th District: Oneida High School (Commissioners Ron Blevins and Hertis Phillips)
• 7th District: Burchfield School (Commissioners Mike Slaven and Willie Boyatt)
For more information, contact the Scott County Mayor's Office, 423-663-2000.