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Madison Trash Bandits Strike Again!

    No, no, not the Baseball Trash Pandas, the Rotarian Trash Bandits

    …picking up trash along their adopted mile this past Saturday, Sept 28th.  Our “Miracle Mile” stretches from I-565 to the railroad tracks along Wall Triana Highway / Sullivan Street.  This Done-in-a-Day project was led by President Tim Stone with the help of Rotarians Cynthia Curtis, Bob Pro, Bob Driggers, Dennis Sanders, Al Turner, Larry Smith, and Erik Simonson.  (Pictured above, l. to r. are: Erik Simonson, Cynthia Curtis, Dennis Sanders, and Tim Stone).

    Afterwards, a few of the Trash Bandits visited the Old Black Bear Tap Room to socialize with the staff while waiting to open (it was early, but it was definitely 5 o’clock somewhere, right?)  One Trash Bandit later reported “There may have been adult beverages. Dennis may have picked up the tab. I think I was there. There were definitely several bags of trash collected.”

    It was certainly a great day to be a Madison Rotarian, trash and all!

    (l. to r.) Cynthia Curtis, Erik Simonson, and Larry Smith

    Bob Pro, our newest Trash Bandit