Volunteers Clean Up North Adams On Annual Service Day

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From top, volunteers from MCLA and pupils and teachers from Greylock School paint brightly colored flowers made by Drury students in the greenhouse program to be displayed around the city; the crosswalks at Marshall Street and St. Anthony Drive get a mod makeover with a design by Gail Sellers (seen marking the grid); Boy Scout Troop 88 rakes and picks up brush at Windsor Lake.
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More than 200 volunteers from the community and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts worked at projects around the city of North Adams on Saturday. This was the 19th annual Community Day of Service, led for years by the college until the city took on a more formal collaborative role last year. Volunteers worked around the city's parks, riverbanks and streets, and on the college campus. The four-hour event concluded with pizza at MCLA's Church Street Center.





 

 

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