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Rotary to hear about river cleanup

John Lichter will be Morgantown North Rotary Club’s featured speaker at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Erickson Alumni Center. The public is welcome to attend. A light breakfast will be served, and there is free parking.

Lichter’s presentation, titled “West Virginia: The Birthplace of Rivers, Not Trash,” will focus on how organizations in the region, such as Rotary, could work together to clean up plastics and other pollutants from the rivers.

Morgantown North Rotary is one of more than 32,000 Rotary clubs around the globe. Its members are dedicated to serving others at home and abroad.

Info: Contact Cathie Falvey, 304-282-8594, or Becky Hunn, 304-282-7955.

Police seeks owner of lost money

During the holiday season, a large amount of money was found by a Morgantown city employee and   turned over to the Morgantown Police Department. The Morgantown Police Department would like to return this money to its rightful owner.

If you lost this money, you must be able to state the amount of money found and describe the way it was packaged. Additional questions such as when and where it was lost will also need to be answered.

If you are the owner of the currency or have any information, call the Morgantown Police Department at 304-284-7522, Ext. 0.