George Town Primary students do their part for the planet

The George Town Primary Year 4 students in charge of organizing the school’s monthly community service garnered a turnout of 70 parents, staff and students on Saturday, April 16, for the island-wide Earth Day cleanup, collecting more than 100 bags of trash. The school participates in the event annually, with teams lending lots of elbow grease to areas around the school, including Rock Hole, McField Lane, Eastern Avenue and Courts Road. The school’s Early Act group, which has 25 members from Years 3 to 6, partners with CUC, turning its attention to the Sparkys Drive/Progressive Distributors area. Pictured are members of this year’s Early Act contingent along with CUC staff, with some of the trash they successfully collected.

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