Earth day in Drumheller produced smiles and clean streets.
The May 3rd event was organized by Drumheller Mayor Heather Colberg, although she stressed she was doing it as a private citizen.
Out within the community, all three major schools have been collecting garbage as well as locals and businesses.
"We're cleaning up for Earth Day," said Rotary Club member, Doug Stanford who was cleaning at the time if front of the hospital. "We've been doing this spot here for a number of years."
"We clean it all up and it does get dirty again before the year is up," Stanford said. "But it looks good. More people are coming out now."
"The importance of Earth Day," he proclaimed with a smile. "Make your community good-looking."
Stanford says that every day. not just Earth Day, is a chance for our community to freshen up the look of our trails, parks and roads, one piece of trash at a time.