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Jodie McGirt unloads massive amounts of trash after a successful Earth Day clean-up.

In conjunction with Tallapoosa County Tourism and Lake Martin Resource Association, Lake Martin Tourism Association celebrated Earth Day with the inaugural Tourism Gives Back Earth Day Cleanup. 

Lake Martin Resource Association conducts cleanups on an ongoing basis, and everyone is always welcome to participate. The dates for community cleanups are listed on the Lake Martin Tourism calendar, which can be found on the website at explorelakemartin.com/events/.

And if you can’t make it to a scheduled cleanup, plan one of your own, in any area of preference, any time during the month. Lake Martin Tourism Association and LMRA will make it as easy as possible and provide pickers, bags, vests or whatever the crew may need. Reach out to Lake Martin Tourism or LMRA, and they will arrange a drop-off of supplies or a pick up at the Lake Martin Innovation Center.

CleanUp

 The cleanup was a huge success thanks to all of those in the community that participated.

 Wind Creek State Park, Pelican Point Expeditions, Lake Martin Voice, OGS Tournament Trails, Adams Beverages,

Lake Martin Auburn Club, Alexander City Litter Crew, Tallapoosa County Commissioners, Lake Martin Machine Gun, Lake Martin Dock Company, The Mitchell House, Cherokee Ridge Alpine Trail Association, Benjamin Russell High School, Off the Beaten Path, Kamp Kiwanis, Lake Martin Cabinetry, Zazu’s Verandah, Lake Martin Mini Mall,

Russell Lands On Lake Martin and the Trillium Community.