Clean Home Alabama comes to Opelika Nov. 1


Special to the
Opelika Observer

In honor of Alabama’s 200th birthday celebration, the Alabama Community College System is joining the state’s bicentennial efforts by leading a new initiative called “Clean Home Alabama.”
Gov. Kay Ivey signed the official proclamation on Sept. 16. Southern Union State Community College is one of 24 community colleges across the state that is participating in this beautification project.
Southern Union’s “Happy Trail Project” will be held on the Opelika campus on Nov. 1, beginning at 9 am. SU employees are partnering with Keep Opelika Beautiful and the Hoar Program Management Team in efforts to help beautify the community. Litter removal will take place along the “Bison Trails” (West Point Parkway and Lake Condy Road) that lead to the Opelika campus.
Any community member is invited to participate by meeting in front of the Health Science Building at the scheduled time. All participants will be provided with a T-shirt and reflective vest. Keep Opelika Beautiful will be providing gloves and garbage bags for the event.
For more information, please contact Eddie Pigg at or 334-745-6437, ext. 5513.


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