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Watch now: Volunteers collect over 100 bags of trash at Lake Decatur

January 24, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Over 100 volunteers partook in the trash-picking-up event organized Saturday by 54-year-old Steve Nichols, a frequent Decatur fisherman.

Watch now: Volunteers collect over 100 bags of trash at Lake Decatur

Volunteers help pick up trash Saturday near Lake Decatur Dam.

Discarded trash filled over 100 trash bags after volunteers partook in cleanup efforts Saturday around Lake Decatur.

Volunteers help pick up trash Saturday near Lake Decatur Dam.

So that’s important to us. "Their daughters, 12-year-old Clara and 9-year-old Kerrigan, and other close friends made up the group that spent the day picking up trash around Lake Decatur Dam. But they were just a few who took part in cleanup efforts Saturday, as over 100 volunteers partook in the trash-picking-up event organized by 54-year-old Steve Nichols, a frequent Decatur fisherman.

A number of volunteers stayed to pick up trash around the Lake Decatur Dam.

Discarded trash filled over 100 trash bags after volunteers partook in cleanup efforts Saturday around Lake Decatur.

But considering the 20 years they've lived in Decatur, Saturday's "heartening" turnout was the largest volunteer turnout they'd seen for a lake cleanup event, Marie Foxx said.

Ed German, 67, helps pick up trash Saturday near Lake Decatur Dam.

Clay Jackson's photos of Lake Decatur

A great egret fishes early Friday on Lake Decatur.

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Photos of nature taken around Lake Decatur during the early spring.

Sean Carroll, of Decatur, fishes at Lake Decatur on Saturday.

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