250 students to clean up OC’s beaches
January 16 2007 |
by Surfrider Foundation
Classes suspended for a day at Lutheran High for schoolwide service effort
Students will be dispatched across Orange County for hands-on community service
ORANGE, CA, January 2007 — Forget homework, quizzes, and soccer practice. On January 26, Lutheran High School will be fully devoted to helping the community.
On that Friday, students will be dispatched in groups all across Orange County for a hands-on opportunity to serve others. It will be the seventh schoolwide Service Day since Lutheran High School began the program in 2004.
Some groups will be small, like the thirty students who will tidy up the grounds and perform trail maintenance at the Oak Canyon Nature Center in Anaheim Hills. Other groups are much larger: the entire freshman class of 250 students will work all day with the Surfrider Foundation to remove trash and debris from Orange County’s beaches.
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