Reservation cleanups highlighted Earth Day there

(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) - It was cleanup day around the reservation on Friday, Earth Day. The Wind River Casino had a couple dozen volunteers out cleaning up the barrow pits from the south bridge in Riverton up to the casino; The Northern Arapaho Tribal members from St. Stephens began a cleanup at the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery, and at Ethete, a big Earth Day event was held. At Fort Washakie, members of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe were out cleaning around the Tribal buildings, along the river and highway, and around Ray Lake. It was a good turnout for Earth Day. At Fort Washakie, among the participants were Billy and Rayleen Whiteplume with their kids, Michael Chingman, and Redson and Letra BeBeau, aks Reds Recon. Thanks for cleaning up everyone! *(Feature Photo: h/t Michael Chingman/ Pitchengine Communities) * [image: Inline image 1] *(h/t Michael Chingman) * [image: Inline image 2] *(h/t Michael Chingman) * [image: Inline image 3] *(h/t Michael Chingman) * [image: Inline image 4] *(h/t Michael Chingman) * *[image: Inline image 5]* *Father Phil and volunteers helped cleaned up the Arapaho Catholic Cemetery at St. Stephens Mission. (Pitchengine Communities) * #county10 #news