No butts about cleanup effort
WHAT do a syringe, a redbellied black snake, a horse shoe, a turtle, a packet of teaspoons and a full tin of spaghetti have in common?
These items were all found during the roadside cleanup by Gayndah Lions Club and Freemasons on Saturday morning.
The cleanup was part of the Adopt a Road program and followed the Burnett Hwy for about 2km, starting at Zonhoven Park.
Five volunteers each filled a hessian bag with roadside litter.
Peter Spencer from the Lions Club said he “got to 111 cigarette butts before giving up counting”.
CLEAN UP CREW: Bill Turner, Peter Strohfeldt, Gay Gordon, John Mullaly and Peter Spencer cleaned up roadside rubbish in Gayndah.