Adopt a Highway

 Adopt a Highway
Adopt a Highway offers an opportunity to serve all year round.
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If you're looking to make a positive contribution, you might be considering adopting. We're not talking about a pet or a baby, but a highway.
Diehn Adopt a Highway selfie
When Bodo and Marie Diehn bought their cabin site near Payson in 1988, they knew they wanted to keep the drive up State Route...
AAH Gift of You
During the gift-giving season of the holidays, we have our own suggestion about what might be a meaningful present for you and your family.
Manuel and Nacho Ochoa remembered for US 60 Adopt a Highway
When their son Manuel died, Sally and Nacho Ochoa adopted a mile of US 60 near Show Low in his memory. Though Nacho has also passed away, Sally continues to help keep that section beautiful.
Perry family Adopt a Highway
A family cabin turned into four generations of love for the White Mountains and a desire to help keep State Route 473 clean.
Philip C.Brogodn Adopt a Highway
Though Philip C. Brogdon has passed away, his family will continue to gather near Big Lake. But they are taking one more step to remember Philip and his love for "God's country."
Clark family Adopt a Highway SR 473
For 11 years the Jim Clark and his family have honored his parents by driving five hours to help clean up a stretch of State Route 473.
Adopt a Highway National Cleanup Day 11
Adopt a Highway volunteers went all out for National CleanUp Day!
US 60 Gold Canyon Adopt a Highway
US 60 in Gold Canyon is cleaned by Bea Sanchez and her family in honor of her family.

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