Lake Johnson regulars Stephanie Mosley, 36, left, and her husband, Don Mosley, 46, paddle to shore with a canoe full of trash Saturday during a cleanup event hosted by North Carolina Big Sweep and Leinenkugel Brewing Co. at Lake Johnson in Raleigh. In its second year, the event is part of Leinenkugel’s “Canoes for a Cause” initiative. Participants picked up trash around the lake for two hours, both by foot and by boat. “We come out here all the time and always bring our bins,” Stephanie said.
Lake Johnson regulars Stephanie Mosley, 36, left, and her husband, Don Mosley, 46, paddle to shore with a canoe full of trash Saturday during a cleanup event hosted by North Carolina Big Sweep and Leinenkugel Brewing Co. at Lake Johnson in Raleigh. In its second year, the event is part of Leinenkugel’s “Canoes for a Cause” initiative. Participants picked up trash around the lake for two hours, both by foot and by boat. “We come out here all the time and always bring our bins,” Stephanie said. newsobserver.com
Lake Johnson regulars Stephanie Mosley, 36, left, and her husband, Don Mosley, 46, paddle to shore with a canoe full of trash Saturday during a cleanup event hosted by North Carolina Big Sweep and Leinenkugel Brewing Co. at Lake Johnson in Raleigh. In its second year, the event is part of Leinenkugel’s “Canoes for a Cause” initiative. Participants picked up trash around the lake for two hours, both by foot and by boat. “We come out here all the time and always bring our bins,” Stephanie said. newsobserver.com

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