The Rotary Club of Inverness took part in a coastal, river and lakes cleanup effort Sept. 18.
As part of Save Our Waters Week in Citrus County, the club organized a cleanup around Cooter Pond and up through the County courthouse parking lot in inverness.
They were joined by Boy Scouts Troop 457, the Interact Club of Citrus High School and the Rotarians of the Downtown Inverness Rotary Club.
Thirty-four people ventured through through the water's edge of Cooter Pond and the areas nearby and rid the grounds of everything from cigarette butts to empty bottles and cans.
Projects like this are a way in which Rotary connects with other groups and gives back to the community.
For more information about the club, visit the Rotary Club of Inverness on Facebook.
In a year, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is planning to open a $3.5 million roundabout at County Road 491 and U.S. 98, citing crashes and fatalities. To prepare motorists, FDOT set up a test track to give them a feel. Do you feel this the best option for motorists, including semi-truck drivers?
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