JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILEMississippi Department of Transportation employees pick up trash along Mississippi 607 in Hancock County in 2012. The workers were part of crews picking up trash along highways in Hancock County for their annual Trash Bash. This year, hundreds of MDOT employees will collect litter along highways in Harrison County on May 5.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILEMississippi Department of Transportation employees pick up trash along Mississippi 607 in Hancock County in 2012. The workers were part of crews picking up trash along highways in Hancock County for their annual Trash Bash. This year, hundreds of MDOT employees will collect litter along highways in Harrison County on May 5.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILEMississippi Department of Transportation employees pick up trash along Mississippi 607 in Hancock County in 2012. The workers were part of crews picking up trash along highways in Hancock County for their annual Trash Bash. This year, hundreds of MDOT employees will collect litter along highways in Harrison County on May 5.

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