On the crisp, Saturday fall morning of November 5, 2016, members of the PLIA assembled at the telephone substation near Seaman’s Point Road to pick up litter on the highway. They have adopted and are responsible for cleaning up a stretch of roadway along Route 156, which they do twice a year. PLIA Board member John Morin organized the team and PLIA member Steve White coordinated with the State to support the activity. The White family has its own stretch of Route 156 which it also patrols for cleanup. Although the temperatures were frosty, spirits were high as friends and neighbors shared stories of summer adventures as well as plans for the coming winter, all while bagging cans, bottles, and other debris strewn along the road. Community service can be fun!