Clean-Up Party and FREE Lunch

Posted by David Godbout on March 9, 2015 | 1 Comment

froebel_schoolTomorrow, Tuesday, March 10th, @ 10:30am, Cherokee Street Reach (C*S*R) is sponsoring a Clean-Up Party at Froebel Elementary School (Nebraska@Winnebago).  We will simply be removing leaves and debris from the courtyard entrance of the school – the first area that the students encounter each morning.  Our hope is to set the tone for the students’ day and learning experience as a positive one.

C*S*R is a relatively new effort made up of individuals who live on and around Cherokee Street and the surrounding neighborhoods, and who are organizing to make a positive difference in the lives of the children in our community.   C*S*R currently provides training for students at Froebel Elementary in the area of character development and leadership skills.

If you can help at the Clean-Up Party, simply show up at Froebel at 10:30am tomorrow; wear gloves if you have them – and bring a rake if possible.  Free lunch (yes, FREE) will be provided for all volunteers at Gooseberries following the “party.”  It should only require about an hour to get things cleaned up.

 


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