The weather couldn't dampen the spirits of the Rotary Club of Innisfil and their family, friends and neighbours on Saturday May 14th for the Annual Pitch-in Day. Out in full force they started at the Innisfil YMCA and then headed to the 7th line from Hwy 11 to the 10th Sideroad. Pulling a multitude of tires, oil jugs, assorted garden planters, toys, flooring, and pink toilets to name just a few items. When we all came together at the end the stories of wet feet, muddied clothing, garbage horror stories and drivers saluting our efforts warmed our hearts and encouraged us knowing that it was all worthwhile. One of the residents of the 7th Line noticed we were cleaning up the road and came out to help. Having struggled with people dumping garbage on his property he recounted how he spends $100's each year cleaning up and taking things to the dump. He truly appreciated the hard work that our Rotary Club was doing for him and his neighbours. Thanks to our Rotary Organizers Al Gilchrist, Barry Rutledge and Marilynn Roberts for getting us geared up. It can be said that we all felt damp, tired, and sore but satisfied for a job well done!