Published On: Tue, May 5th, 2015

Gadugi Earth Day winners

Lisa Hardesty (center), Big Cove Community, won first place in the individual competition for bringing in the most recycling at the first annual Gadugi Earth Day event held on April 24 at the Acquoni Expo Center.  She is shown with T. Trejo (left), Cherokee Recycling Program manager, and Paisley Raby.   (Photos courtesy of Tammy Jackson)

Lisa Hardesty (center), Big Cove Community, won first place in the individual competition for bringing in the most recycling at the first annual Gadugi Earth Day event held on April 24 at the Acquoni Expo Center. She is shown with T. Trejo (left), Cherokee Recycling Program manager, and Paisley Raby. (Photos courtesy of Tammy Jackson)

 

Following are the winners of the community and individual competition that brought in the most recycling (measured by weight) at the first annual Gadugi Earth Day event held on April 24 at the Acquoni Expo Center.

The first place winner in the Community Division was Big Cove with a total of 614.8lbs.  Other communities brought in the following:  Wolfetown 305.4lbs, Big Y 263.1lbs, Birdtown 239lbs, Yellowhill 49.8lbs, and Painttown 33.4lbs.

Lisa Hardesty, Big Cove Community, was the overall individual winner with 303lbs.  He won a spa gift certificate.  Other individual winners included:

  • Bunsey Crowe, Big Y, 216.5lbs, won a golf gift certificate
  • Mary Long, Wolfetown, 184lbs, won a gift certificate to Brio Restaurant
  • Bill Boyum, Birdtown, 70.4lbs, won a gift certificate to Hair Clan Hair Salon
  • Roberta Gloyne, Yellowhill, 49.8lbs, won a gift certificate to Hair Clan Hair Salon
  • Cindy Squirrel, Painttown, 30.2lbs, won a gift certificate to Hair Clan Hair Salon
  • Submitted by Tammy Jackson, EBCI Community Development Coordinator/Costa Rica Tour
  • The Big Cove Community took first place in the community division with a total of 614.8lbs.  Shown (left-right) are Lisa Hardesty; T. Trejo, Cherokee Recycling Program manager; Butch Hill; Consie Girty and Paisley Raby.

    The Big Cove Community took first place in the community division with a total of 614.8lbs. Shown (left-right) are Lisa Hardesty; T. Trejo, Cherokee Recycling Program manager; Butch Hill; Consie Girty and Paisley Raby.

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