Volunteers man Great Kanawha River Cleanup

Kenny Kemp
Sidney White, 13, of St. Albans, picks up trash along the Kanawha River in South Charleston Saturday morning. White came with the McKinley Jr. High Honor Society. Gkriv2.tif Kayakers helped cleanup the Kanawha River on Saturday at several locations in Kanawha County at an event organized by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. Gkriv3.tif Tara White of St. Albans hauls garbage off the banks of the river on Saturday during the 24th-annual Great Kanawha River Cleanup. Gkriv4.tif About 20 volunteers showed up in South Charleston on Saturday morning to help gather litter off the banks of the Kanawha River. There were also cleanups in Charleston, St. Albans, Glen Ferris and Winfield.
Kayakers helped clean up the river at several locations in Kanawha County during the event organized by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection.
Tara White of St. Albans hauls garbage off the banks of the Kanawha River during Saturday's annual cleanup.
About 20 volunteers showed up in South Charleston on Saturday morning to help gather litter off the banks of the river. There also were cleanups in Charleston, St. Albans, Glen Ferris and Winfield.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Saturday was the 24th-annual Great Kanawha River Cleanup, sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. Groups cleaned up the riverfront in Glen Ferris, Charleston, Winfield and St. Albans.  
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