The City of Keota raised some money with a city wide clean-up last month. According to City Clerk, Niki Osweiler, the city wide cleanup held on the 27th of August generated over $80.
The cleanup collected residents unwanted scrap metal and appliances. The metal was then sent to McDonald Boneyard, who then donated the metals worth back to the city.
Osweiler adds the city collected 1,060 pounds of metal. The money will be held on to and go towards purchasing a new piece of park equipment for Wilson Memorial Park.