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Pioneer Students Participate In Community Service Day

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/17/2013

Nine-hundred Pioneer Career and Technology Center spent five hours Wednesday in the fresh air, helping spruce-up areas in its fourteen partner school districts.

Pioneer Skills U.S.A. Advisor Karrie Davisson says this Community Service Day started a couple of years ago, only in Shelby.  But since Pioneer gets its students from fourteen districts, it decided to do projects in all of them.

About seventy students from Lexington picked-up litter and painted at Community Park, and did some work at the Lexington Senior Civic Center. 

Another sixty Pioneer students worked at the Ontario school campus, raking leaves and painting at the football stadium, Copeland Field.

Projects were also done in the Carousel District in Mansfield, Selzter Park and the downtown area in Shelby, Malabar Farm, and around Crestline and Willard.

   
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