Help! We fell off the workout wagon—big time!
Remember last month I was touting this fast paced wonderful workout, Richard Simmons-style? "Let's all clean up Albert County together! Go outside, look around your property, the ditches, along the roadway, your favourite walking paths and clean up any wayward garbage. All it takes is the 20-Minute Blast-Off Work-out—pick up litter and drop calories, all at the same time."
Gasp...all that invigorating workout of picking up litter and we piled on the calories in one fell swoop—yikes. But, hey, it was absolutely worth every caloric morsel of indulgence. Next month, I promise, will be a fresh start. Well, actually, we are hoping the littering stops—and we can all enjoy a litter-free Albert County.
As the roadside signs say: "Littering Stops With YOU."
In the meantime, it would be great to reinstate the 'Adopt A Highway' program so service groups, clubs and individuals wishing to become involved and add their voice to reintroducing this program can do so by contacting government.
The next time you are at your favourite fishing hole, wandering the woods or hiking the trails and you see some garbage a litterbug has left behind, please do your part for Mother Nature and pick up that unsightly mess. Why? Because we are all Albert County proud!