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Antietam Watershed Association celebrates 10-year anniversary

May 18, 2012
  • From the left, Franklin County Commissioner Robert "Bob" Thomas, Nancy Bull of U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster's office, AWA Board President Stephen Rettig, Washington Township Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeffrey Geesaman and Sen. Rich Alloway II, R-Chambersburg plant one of three beech trees at Antietam Meadow Park.
By Roxann Miller

Community members, local officials and state leaders helped the Antietam Watershed Association (AWA) celebrate its 10-year anniversary on Friday at Antietam Meadow Park in Waynesboro, Pa.

The AWA was formed in 2002 to preserve the Antietam Creek, protect the water going into the Antietam Creek and provide ongoing education about this valuable resource.
 
Franklin County Commissioner Robert “Bob” Thomas, Nancy Bull of U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster's office, AWA Board President Stephen Rettig, Washington Township Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeffrey Geesaman and Sen. Rich Alloway II, R-Chambersburg plant one of three beech trees at Antietam Meadow Park.

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