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Sunday, April 17 was Community Service Day for
CHHS’ 10th graders. Participating students choose from a menu of service
projects in line with their talents and academic interests.
Volunteers at the
Jane Lytle Arboretum chose to build on work previously done by former CHHS
student Ben Schmidt. Ben’s Eagle Scout project was creation of a bird-watching
area near the Arboretum’s central wetland. Over the years, saplings invaded the
area, making it unusable to bird watchers. The students cleared away a small
forest of saplings, re-opening the area for public use and enjoyment.
Volunteers included project organizer Skyler Holzman, Hayden Barbeau, Leo
Rinaldi, Hanna Smith and Nicholas Stagliano. The Arboretum’s directors
and members are grateful for their energy and dedication. Click on the photos below. FOR MORE ABOUT THE CROTON ARBORETUM, VISIT http://www.crotonarboretum.org/
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