Rotary Club of Little River members help clean the area on April 25. Some of the members who worked were Jackie Andrews (from left), D.G. Schumacher, Leslie Olson, Craig Hill, Susan Cunnup and Gretchen Zotter.
Rotary Club of Little River members help clean the area on April 25. Some of the members who worked were Jackie Andrews (from left), D.G. Schumacher, Leslie Olson, Craig Hill, Susan Cunnup and Gretchen Zotter. By Peggy Mishoe For The Sun News
Rotary Club of Little River members help clean the area on April 25. Some of the members who worked were Jackie Andrews (from left), D.G. Schumacher, Leslie Olson, Craig Hill, Susan Cunnup and Gretchen Zotter. By Peggy Mishoe For The Sun News

Strand Notebook | Rotary club keeps Little River beautiful

May 05, 2015 02:00 AM

UPDATED May 04, 2015 01:46 PM

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