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LETHBRIDGE - Grade one students at Park Meadows Elementary school hit the streets on Tuesday afternoon, painting yellow fish at storm drains along Robin Road on the northside.

 

It's part of the Yellow Fish Road youth program, aimed at educating children and the rest of the community about the dangers of allowing chemicals to go down storm drains around the city.

 

Water going into those drains is not treated, meaning it has a direct impact on the health of the Old Man River.



Posted on Tuesday, June 04, 2013 at 4/18/2014 3:46:47 PM
Source: Patrick Burles - Country 95 News
 
 
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