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SW MiGO Adopt-A-Highway Pickup

A cache by The Conman & SunshineGang Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, April 17, 2010
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Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

So what does CITO stand for anyway?

Cache In Trash Out is an activity intimately tied to geocaching. While out there on a cache hunt, we collect litter along the trails and properly dispose of it. Cache In Trash Out Events are much larger clean-up events that involve and benefit the larger community.

PARENTS: Children are welcome at the event, but we strongly recommend they do NOT participate in the roadside cleanup

Cost?: FREE

What to Bring?:

Please bring folding chairs for you and your family as we may not be able to reserve a picnic area . You may want to think about bringing bug spray and a hat and/or sunscreen as well.


9:00 AM - Meet at Grand Rapids Township Park for a few words including the official MDOT safety meeting.
9:15 - 11:15 - Pickup Trash

If you are coming please post a "will attend" log with the total number of attendees from your team.

More Information:

Download and print the Cito PDF document which lists parking coordinates and other reminders here

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33 Logged Visits

Write note 4     Archive 1     Will Attend 12     Attended 15     Publish Listing 1     

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