Volunteers found all manner of trash in the remains, from a reclining lawn chair and drink cooler to the far more disgusting - including a water bottle filled with urine.
"It's disgusting," said Sunnie Clark, a student at Franklin Central High School. "And I don't think I've ever seen so much beer. And then everything falls on you and it makes you kind of wet and it's not attractive."
But the payoff far outweighs the hassles of the clean-up. Logan Lockett with Cornerstone Baptist earned money for his upcoming mission trip and Sunnie Clark along with other members of Franklin Central's show choir also picked up a paycheck -- along with a big boost in morale.
"It's nice to help because it's hard to think one janitor does all this by themselves," Clark said.
The 25 groups that get to clean up make anywhere from $1,000 - $3,000 for less than a day's work. There's a two-year waiting list to get the gig.