Adopt-a-Stream Cleanup Scheduled for Saturday

The Rotary Club of Lake Wylie and the Clover High School Interact Club are partnering to cleanup a portion of stream near the Crowder’s Creek bridge on Saturday, March 19th at 9am. The cleanup is part of the York County Adopt-a-Stream program for which the club participates annually. The program is a citizen-based monitoring and litter prevention initiative intended to protect the health and beauty of our local waterways.

The Lake Wylie Rotary has participated in the program since 2011 and cleans that section of the lake/river twice per year. Members of the Lake Wylie Rotary Club are devoted and passionate about keeping the lake clean and the environment healthy. The Catawba River and its tributaries serves 26 counties in the Carolina’s. It is known as the “hardest working river in America” because it provides more electricity per mile than any other river in the United States. With 8,900 miles of rivers, creeks and streams, the Catawba River Basin provides drinking water and electricity to more than 3 million people.

To find out how you can help the Lake Wylie Rotary Club with this project and become more involved in your community, and have fun doing it, contact us at

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