Officials say a record number of volunteers joined forces to clean Hwy. 90 and other roads near Cumberland Falls during the annual Cumberland Falls PRIDE Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 28th. A total of 632 volunteers participated in the event. Previously, the largest turnout for the Cumberland Falls PRIDE Spring Cleanup was 510 volunteers in 2012. Volunteers picked up hundreds of bags of trash, even tires, TVs, computer monitors and mattresses. Whitley County won the coveted “Trash Cup” trophy, which is presented annually to the county represented by the most volunteers. Plaques were awarded to the community groups and school groups that brought the most volunteers. First Baptist Church of Rockholds was the winner in the community group category and Whitley County High School JROTC won the school group category. Pamela Gibson (pictured below) accepted the second annual Greene Service Award. The award was created in 2017 in honor of former McCreary County Judge-Executive Jimmy Greene. The Cumberland Falls Spring Cleanup is part of the PRIDE Spring Cleanup campaign across 42 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky.