(Submitted photo) Wabash Valley Correctional Facility offenders from Carlisle will be on a mission the next three weeks, clearing away trash along U.S. 41 and State Roads in Sullivan, Knox, and Greene counties. Starting this past Monday, minimum-security offenders will pick up trash and debris along U.S. 41 from the edge of Vigo County into Knox, paying special attention to medians. Once the four-lane highway is cleared, offender crews will tackle State Road 48 in Sullivan County, State Road 59 in Greene County, and State Road 67 in Knox. Two-thousand bags of trash were collected last year; a record cleanup, with over 11,000 pounds worth of debris cleared from along area roadways. "Our annual cleanup campaign is just one way for us to contribute to a cleaner environment, with immediate impact," WVCF Superintendent Richard Brown said. "The offenders provide a valuable public service, something they take pride in."