HILBERT MEN'S BASKETBALL EARNS AN ASSIST WITH ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP

HILBERT MEN'S BASKETBALL EARNS AN ASSIST WITH ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY CLEAN-UP

For the sixth consecutive year, members of the Hilbert College men's basketball team joined faculty and staff from the college's Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Association for the program's annual Adopt-a-Highway cleanup initiative on September 8.

The Association manages a two-mile stretch of South Park Avenue and Sowles Road near the west entrance to campus.  Professors Mary Ann Hobar, Carraugh Reilly-Nowak, Dan Culver, Marty Floss, and John Reinholz led students and volunteers that assisted with this year's project. 

Adopt a Highway Litter Removal Service of America (AAHLRSA) was founded by Teryl Macia, a visionary with a background in public relations, who saw an opportunity to help companies build and grow their brands while providing support with the cleaning of roadways and the well-being of the environment.  Since its inception, AAHLRSA has cleaned millions of miles of US roadways.