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Volunteers tidy up Harrison, Arkansas
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Our Harrison, Arkansas team did some spring cleaning in their community recently, collecting about 10 bags of trash and debris from along West Commercial Street in Harrison.

This is the fourth year the team has cleaned up the highway, which runs in front of the local Black Hills Energy office. Their efforts are part of the Adopt-A-Highway Program.

Thanks to the Harrison team for always being up for the challenge!

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