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September 18, 2018

LEO Club Community Service Project Cleans Up Pulaski School Grounds


Members of the Pulaski Middle/Senior High School LEO Club recently spent the afternoon picking up around their school in an Earth Day community service project.

From left in front are: Randy Novak, Emily Sampson, Justina Webb and Madison Wilder. In back, from left are: co-advisor Elizabeth Wood, president Ed Sheats, Gabe Aguilar, Nicholas Visco, Emma Greulich, Chrissy Forestiere and co-advisor Beth Halloran.

From left in front are: Randy Novak, Emily Sampson, Justina Webb and Madison Wilder. In back, from left are: co-advisor Elizabeth Wood, president Ed Sheats, Gabe Aguilar, Nicholas Visco, Emma Greulich, Chrissy Forestiere and co-advisor Beth Halloran.

The club members are pictured prior to the cleanup.

The members divided up into teams and picked up around the front of the school, the football/track area, baseball/softball field and tennis courts.

LEO Club at the school has participated in several community service projects throughout the school year including a book drive, and a can tab collection to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in addition to several other projects.

The LEO Club is a youth organization of Lions Clubs International.

The word LEO stands for Leadership, Experience, Opportunity.

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