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  • Diver scouts the river for upcoming cleanup effort

    The 2017 Help the Hooch Committee had a diver in the Chattahoochee River Thursday to dive for trash and scout a section of the river for the upcoming 23rd Annual Help-the-Hooch Cleanup Project. The Trash Dive was spearheaded by Henry Jackson, Chattahoochee River Warden and Chattahoochee Scuba.

Diver scouts the river for upcoming cleanup effort

The 2017 Help the Hooch Committee had a diver in the Chattahoochee River Thursday to dive for trash and scout a section of the river for the upcoming 23rd Annual Help-the-Hooch Cleanup Project. The Trash Dive was spearheaded by Henry Jackson, Chattahoochee River Warden and Chattahoochee Scuba.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer