Have rakes, will travel
PRINCETON — Those dreaded spring cleaning projects just got a bit easier, thanks to a group of Princeton High School students.
The PHS Student Council has set April 29, from 1 to 4 p.m., for a PHS Community Clean-Up Day. The Student Council with its estimated 40 students is organizing the clean-up day, with additional PHS students and staff also volunteering their time and muscles for the afternoon project.
Student Council President Michael Zearing said students will pull weeds, plant whatever needs planting, wash windows and cars and mow yards, as long as the homeowner provides the lawn mower. If someone needs something brought up from the basement or moved from the garage for Princeton's junk collection day, the PHS students can do that too, Zearing said.
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