HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. — The annual Vivian Smith Scott County Looks Good To Me county-wide clean-up will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017.
The event begins with registration at 9 a.m. and continues until 12 p.m. Residents are urged to get involved and spend the morning cleaning up a road of their choice within their community.
There will be several registration locations throughout Scott County, each of which will be manned by county commissioners. In the 1st District, the registration location will be Fairview School. In the 2nd District, the registration location will be Robbins School. In the 3rd District, the registration location will be the Scott County Office Building. In the 4th District, the registration location will be Helenwood Baptist Church. In the 5th District, the registration locations will be Pine Hill Community Center and Winfield City Hall. In the 6th District, the registration location will be Oneida High School. And, in the 7th District, the registration location will be Burchfield School.
A community cookout will follow the clean-up, beginning at 12:30 p.m. at the Scott County Office Building in Huntsville. The cookout is free and prizes will be awarded.
The county-wide clean-up is a collaborative effort of the Scott County Mayor’s Office and the Scott County Litter Program, the Scott County Recycling Center, the Scott County Sheriff’s Department, the Scott County Road Department, the Scott County Board of County Commissioners and the Scott County Chamber of Commerce.
Last modified: April 18, 2017