Wallkill Valley students clean up community


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  • Ogdensburg



Eighteen students from Wallkill Valley Regional High School took the time to come out and make a difference in the community.

They spent time cleaning up at Heater's Pond in Ogdensburg and Franklin Pond in Franklin. They collected a huge amount of garbage. The gropu plans to do another clean up in the spring in Hardyston and Hamburg.

When given the opportunity, kids will make a positive difference.


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