ADOPT A HIGHWAY CLEANUP PROJECT -- The Cadets from the White Mountains Regional High School Army JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps) program participated in their annual Adopt A Highway clean-up project on May 16. Over 90 bags of litter were removed along a three-mile stretch on Route 3 between Whitefield and Lancaster, N.H.
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