TOP PHOTO: Volunteers picked up 10 tons of trash off Norris Lake on Saturday, September 17, in the Sugar Hollow Marina area.

You name it, and it was likely collected during this September clean up effort on and along Norris Lake.

By Charlotte Underwood

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – The Sugar Hollow area of Norris Lake had ten tons of trash removed during its latest lake cleanup.

Volunteers made quite a haul in helping keep Norris Lake beautiful.
Litter Patrol Officer Glennis Monday extends a big thanks to all who helped with this Norris Lake Cleanup. Officer Monday has devoted much of his life to keeping Campbell County beautiful.

Campbell County Litter Control Officer Glennis Monday, along with a group of 25 volunteers, spent the day (Sat., Sep. 17) picking up everything from car tires to tons of Styrofoam during the Norris Lake Cleanup event that covered more than two miles of shoreline. According to Monday the weather was perfect and the cleanup was a huge success thanks to the community effort of volunteers.

The Norris Lake Cleanup went great with 10 tons of trash removed off the Lake banks and out of the water.

“Our 25 volunteers cleaned up 10 tons of trash,17 tires, Styrofoam, and other litter material on 2.5 miles of shoreline,” Monday said.

There were 25 volunteers that removed 10 tons of trash at the latest Norris Lake Cleanup at Sugar Hollow Marina.

He also wanted to say a “huge thank you to WLAF Radio, Billy Ball with LaFollette Mine Supply, Little Caesars Pizza (Lori, Rob, Katie), Walt Buttrill and Dave Hoover, along with Tony and his staff at Sugar Hollow Marina and all the wonderful volunteers.” (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/28/2022-6AM)