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Cleaning up in Capreol

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St. Mary students and staff participate in Capreol road side clean up with the Capreol Lions Club during Catholic Education Week.

May 4, 2011 - Grade 3, 4, 5 and 6 students of St. Mary Catholic Elementary School in Capreol joined with the Capreol Lions Club to complete a one-time Road Clean-Up of the roads in and around the School. The Roadsides that were cleaned included Meehan Avenue, Regional Road 84, Field Street and Coulson Street as well as the areas bordering Centennial and Mohns Parks.
 Under the watchful eye of Principal Waszczylo, Teachers Mr. Merigioli and Miss Bruneau, Lions Members: Rick Cloutheir, Ken Gustafson, Dorothy Payette, Linda Wotton, Jim Wotton, Earl Kent and Laurie Tagliabracci - the kids worked for over two hours helping to clean-up the community in which they live.
 
The Lions Club of Capreol offers their appreciation to the students and staff of St. Mary for their annual assistance with this worthy initiative and to our partners the City of Greater Sudbury and Tim Horton's for supplying the clean-up equipment and the thank you Tee Shirts.
 

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