Nearly 1000 pounds of trash pulled from Lake Johnson

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RALEIGH (WTVD) -- About 100 volunteers were hard at work on Raleigh's Lake Johnson on Saturday collecting about 400 pounds of recycling and 500 pounds of trash from the water and shoreline.

It's the fourth year in a row that Raleigh-based Mims Distributing with the Leinenkugel beer Canoes for a Cause campaign has cleaned up the popular local park.

Volunteers from the Wake Soil and Water Conservation District and The River Guardian Foundation spent about two hours on the project.

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