Lyndon B. Johnson kicks off “Adopt A Highway” project

Lyndon B. Johnson kicks off “Adopt A Highway” project

Lyndon B. Johnson has kicked off it’s quarterly “Adopt A Highway” project for this year. “We have been a part of this grassroots project since 1996” said Marvin Ramsey (Liaison Specialist). “I’ve been really impressed with the responsibility that our students have taken with the highway clean up. They have gone above and beyond of what is expected of them. Our neighbors have even stopped along the road at times to give a smile and a cheerful wave or to congratulate our students on taking the initiative to keep the roads clean.” When LBJ first partnered with the state on the “Adopt  A Highway” initiative, volunteers started out cleaning a small portion of Wayah Road. Now students and staff are maintaining the entire road starting from the Job Corps center to the Old Murphy Road intersection. LBJ students and the center “Green Team” members are encouraging sustainability and reductions of our footprint that will benefit the entire environment.

LBJ”s goal is to encourage motorists to refrain from littering, while protecting the natural land and preserving the environment.

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