On Saturday, November 12, volunteers from Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee met in Horse Cave for the annual fall sinkhole cleanup, hosted by the American Cave Conservation Association. This year's workers included 27 volunteers, 4 ACCA workers, and 4 workers from the City of Horse Cave.
Volunteers cleaned a roadside dump in Horse Cave. It was a very productive day; the two dumpsters provided by Hart County Solid Waste were filled within four hours. Some of the large items removed included three coaches, a stove, a washer, and a dryer (the picture on the left shows the washer being pushed up the hill). Additionally, around three dozen tires were removed from the area. A special thanks to Sydney Bunnell for donating his time and a backhoe for the cleanup.
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American Cave Conservation Association