The annual St. Johns Marsh cleanup, held Saturday, had some extra help this year. Six inmates from the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center were transported to the Marsh to assist. Sheriff Tim Donnellon was also on hand to assist in the cleanup, conducted by Waterfowl U.S.A. “Anytime we can assist in making our community a better place, we will be there,” said Sheriff Donnellon. “The inmate trustees that volunteered for this assignment did a good job in helping to clean up the marsh. It is worth the effort of having our Transfer Officers transport the inmates there and back to help a worthy cause.” The inmates and many other volunteers picked up a massive amount of trash from the marsh, from bottles to old tires that had been thrown into the marsh. The event took place from 8 a.m. til noon on April 21st.