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Published: 4/30/2008

STUDENTS MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP IN SOUTH TOLEDO

NBR cleanup01p 04/22/08  The Blade/ Dave Zapotosky Caption: Conner Englehardt, 5, front left, holds the hand of Troy Stearns, 13, right, as they set out with a group of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School classmates to cleanup the neighborhood around their school, in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, April 22, 2008.  The clean up was an Earth Day activity for the students.  Englehardt is in kindergarten, Stearns is in seventh grade. Summary: Our Lady of Perpetual Help school students clean up school grounds and surrounding grounds as part of Earth Day. NBR cleanup01p 04/22/08 The Blade/ Dave Zapotosky Caption: Conner Englehardt, 5, front left, holds the hand of Troy Stearns, 13, right, as they set out with a group of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School classmates to cleanup the neighborhood around their school, in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, April 22, 2008. The clean up was an Earth Day activity for the students. Englehardt is in kindergarten, Stearns is in seventh grade. Summary: Our Lady of Perpetual Help school students clean up school grounds and surrounding grounds as part of Earth Day.
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Conner Englehardt, 5, front left, holds the hand of Troy Stearns, 13, as they set out with a group of Our Lady of Perpetual Help students and faculty to clean the area around the South Toledo school.











Kris Mariasy, 13, stashes the trash he's picked up into the sack held by Olivia Pina, 14.








As part of the school's clean sweep for Earth Day, Jackson Pollock, 9, left, Tom Smith, 14, and Shane Piddock, 8, help sweep up the school grounds.






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