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February 10, 2018 - Update 170

Trash Dog Event # 170
January 20,2018
Rogue River - Big Gravel Bar

Whoopee! The Trash Dogs are alive and well after the Chetco Bar Fire break in Service. But that’s not so for the trash dumpers who by all indicators were working overtime dumping piles of trash hither and yon while the fire burned.

Saturday eleven highly energized, and unrestrained Dogs found abundant piles of household trash at the big Rogue River gravel bar across the road from the former mill site. The Dogs recovered and disposed of three large loads of trash today. Another three loads await our next event.

This household trash appears to have come from a messy house and was loaded with a front-end loader and trucked to the gravel bar for disposal. That’s just another unsavory activity of some scum bags that live in our South Coast communities.

Trash Dog Event # 170 with three load haul, 1/20/2018, Rogue River Bar L-R: Steve Horn, Randy Patterson, Tim Wilson, Iris Wilson, Pete Dale, Wayne Sundin, Steve Sundin, Marty Van Otterloo, Rory McDonald and Ray Sundblad. Ed Gross and Steve Lowe not in picture.

Trash Dog Event # 170 with three load haul, 1/20/2018, Rogue River Bar L-R: Steve Horn, Randy Patterson, Tim Wilson, Iris Wilson, Pete Dale, Wayne Sundin, Steve Sundin, Marty Van Otterloo, Rory McDonald and Ray Sundblad. Ed Gross and Steve Lowe not in picture.

Hat’s off to 11 Loyal Trash Dogs today: Steve Lowe, Randy Patterson, Pete Dale, Iris Wilson, Tim Wilson, Marty Van Otterloo, Steve Horn, Wayne Sundin, Steve Sundin, Ray Sundblad, Rory Mc Donald, and Ed Gross.
The cost of this cleanup event totaled $247. Contributions can be mailed to Trash Dogs, P.O. Box 444, Brookings, OR 97415. To volunteer, visit our website at www.trashdogs.org/ or call 541-661-2734.

Ed Gross for the Dogs

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