Fehr Graham employees participate in Boneyard Creek Community Day cleanup


The cold didn’t keep 19 Fehr Graham employees and their family members from removing more than five cubic yards of trash from the Urbana/St. Joe drainage ditch on Boneyard Creek Community Day on April 7.

“Our team really cares about the community in which they live and work,” said Michelle Brown, Boneyard Creek Community Day Marketing Chairwoman and Fehr Graham employee. “You couldn’t ask for a better group to work with.”

In its 13th year, Boneyard Creek Community Day continues the tradition of improving several of our area waterways. This event restores natural corridors along the creek, Saline Branch and surrounding areas and creates an aesthetic, functional habitat. The cleanup also increases awareness of the importance and benefits of keeping our local waterways clean.

Those attending the event were: Mark, Matt, and Luke Johnson; Katie Badskey; Rajita Singhal; Roland and Morgan White; Luke, Britney, Liam and Katie Evans; Chad, Mason, Renee, and Kayla Osterbur; Michelle Brown; and John, Michelle and Jessica Bailey.