What's Right: Treat Your Trash Men

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By Glenn Halbrooks

A Montgomery mother has started a campaign called "Treat Your Trash Men" on Facebook to ask people to thank their garbage collectors for a job well done.

Kim Wilson and her family gave the garbage collectors that come down their street bottled water, treats and a gift card as a way to show them that they aren't forgotten on Thanksgiving week. Several of her neighbors have joined in.

Because of Facebook, people in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina are also taking time to thank their garbage collectors.

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