CITO Event (GC4EJAR)
St. Louisville, Ohio
September 7th, 2013 8am – 1pm
A chance to have some wet and wild fun, and to make a difference in a wonderful little community as well!
We’ll “officially” kick things off at 8am and wrap things up at 1pm, but you’re welcome to join us at any time and help for as long as you can stay.
This event is in conjunction with the Licking County Soil & Water Conservation “Licking River Roundup”, and
the first 150 people to pre-register for the event will receive a free T-Shirt! (UPDATE: Looks like the T-Shirts have all been distributed)
YOU MUST SIGN A WAIVER OF LIABILITY to participate in this event. The forms will be available on site the morning of the event, but can also be downloaded at:
We’ll be meeting at the St. Louisville Community Center (at the posted coordinates) and heading over to the North Railroad Bridge to start our clean-up effort. We’ll follow along the banks of that section of the river (about a 1 mile section), to wrap things up once we reach the South Railroad Bridge (both bridges are listed below under “additional waypoints”) and head back to the Community Center.
Bring some OLD clothes, gloves, and some water shoes/fivefinger shoes/old shoes (they will get wet). It should be a great time!
And for those aquaphobians, there’s plenty of areas on the banks to clean up if you prefer to remain (mainly) dry.
A .KML track file of the path (including some nearby geocaches) can be downloaded HERE: RiverCleanUp.KML