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El Paso Texas Joins Folksville USA

El Paso Texas Folksville USA Anti-Litter 1-1 CAV effort bags of highway trash Sedona AZ (April 9, 2012) - In 2010, the 1/1 CAV was invited and agreed to work with two former Vietnam 1/1 CAV members, one of whom founded Folksville USA whose mission is to restore the beauty to American highways and communities. Vietnam veteran and Folksville USA founder, Gary Chamberlain, and seven Arizona neighbors... 

Third World Cancer in Arizona

Gary Chamberlain, Folksville USA Point Man Cottonwood AZ - With a sweep of his hand, Folksville USA Mayor Gary Chamberlain indicated Arizona SR 260 highway shoulders littered with broken glass and blowing paper. Exasperated he said, “The time has come again to remove trash from our highways. We must keep this “Third World” cancer out of the Verde Valley.” Chamberlain, the decorated... 

Abandoned Political Signs Indicate Lack of Character

Abandoned political signs litter Arizona highways Dear Verde Valley residents, Americans and taxpayers,   PC, also known as political correctness, isn’t part of my vocabulary – so hang on tight.   When I was young, 65 years ago, the nearest adult could reshape the attitude of any young person out of control, without hesitation or beating-around-the-bush trying to be PC. What... 

Every Day Should Be Veterans Day

Arizona Veterans Highway I-17 litter Dear Sedona Eye Editor, Every day should be Veterans Day. All men and women in our Armed Forces serve the citizens of our country. Sometimes these men and women die for our country. Some of these men and women suffer life-changing injuries, again, serving the citizens of our country. “Rick” Stone, USMC, paid the ultimate price when he served our country... 
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