Ashland Church’s 20-Year Commitment to Adopt-A-Highway

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This past Sunday, members of the Ashland Seventh-day Adventist Church headed out for their 20th year of cleaning up a two-mile section of Hwy 63, the northernmost section of a major 1,286-mile north–south route highway stretching between from the Gulf of Mexico to Lake Superior. “We’ve been doing this since 2001 when one of our members, Sara McGuire signed our church up to help out,” said Lorraine Benson, an on-going supporter of the project and long time member of the Ashland church. “We all had a good time Sunday,” and after being at home so long during this pandemic, “I think we all wanted to get out and do something.”

What a great community service outreach, helping to enhance the environment and beautify Wisconsin’s roadsides.

Juanita Edge, Communication Director