Friday May 25th, 2018 5:01AM

Keep Fosyth County Beautiful plans Adopt-A-Stream workshops

By Ken Stanford Reporter

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful is offering free Adopt-A-Stream workshops to educate citizens on how to protect and monitor local waterways.

 To register, and for more informaiton, call KFCB Community Outreach Specialist Kevin Smith at (678) 513-5892 or visit

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