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Alcoa committed to trash cleanup at High Rock Lake
A record amount of water flowed into High Rock Lake this summer, bringing large amounts of debris from upstream along with it.
Alcoa pays crews to regularly clean up debris in the water. This year, it is also donating money to volunteer groups like the High Rock River Rats to help fund its cleanup efforts.
To help reduce litter, Alcoa is placing additional trash containers at two of the most popular access areas around the lake: the Dutch Second Access Area in Salisbury and the Southmont Access Area near Lexington.
If you'd like to assist in the cleanup effort, contact Julie Euliss with the High Rock Lake River Rats at (336) 210–6571.
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