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On Saturday, August 28, the Juliet Collier Sproul Center for Community and Global Impact and the CSN Environmental Club hosted the first of eight community cleanups for the year.
On Saturday, August 28, the Juliet Collier Sproul Center for Community and Global Impact and the CSN Environmental Club hosted the first of eight community cleanups for the year. A large group of dedicated CSN faculty, friends, and families from all three school divisions gathered to scour our school’s campus looking for trash of any kind. The trash collected in this event, and in the next three cleanups as well, will be used by students to make works of art that will be entered in a regional art competition hosted at CSN in early December. Participants shared that they were happy to see so many people coming together to make our already beautiful campus even more so. Whether they were laughing about a surprising piece of trash they found or discussing how our efforts can make an impact on the environment, everyone reported that they had a lot of fun.
This is only the beginning of the many environmentally conscious and service-oriented efforts that CSN students will complete this school year. The next community cleanup will take place on Saturday, September 25 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at South Beach on Marco Island in collaboration with scientists and community activists from Audubon of the Western Everglades. Registration information will be sent out soon. All are invited to attend.