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Volunteers to clean up banks of Ohio River June 20; 20 sites set in 10 W.Va. counties


HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — Volunteers will be cleaning up the banks of the Ohio River and its tributaries later this month.

The Cincinnati-based Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission says its annual River Sweep is scheduled for June 20. Thousands of volunteers in six states along the river help comb for trash and debris over 3,000 miles of shorelines from western Pennsylvania to southern Illinois.

West Virginia will have 20 cleanup sites in 10 counties.



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