Thursday, September 15, 2016

Lake Worth High School students from the Interact Club and the City's painted garbage cans/benches along Dixie Hwy.

This article appears in this week's Lake Worth Herald, titled "LWHS Interact Club Beautifies LW"; here are two excerpts:

     Thirty Lake Worth High School students from the Interact Club came together last Saturday to offer a much need lift to Dixie Highway in Lake Worth.
     From the C-51 canal all the way to the southernmost border of the city, the students painted concrete 30 garbage cans and bus stop benches in all the LULA colors.

[and. . .]

     Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell led one of the orange teams, along with Herman Robinson whose team painted pink and Mary Lindsey, who worked with one of the green teams. Chris Dabros from the CRA/LULA was also on hand pouring paint, distributing supplies and water with Rotary Club President, Nadine Burns who also led teams of students.
     Sherwin Williams on Dixie, supplied the paint at a fabulous discount which was very much appreciated. PBSO arranged to have all the concrete cans pressure washed prior to the event which definitely made the entire effort more pleasant and productive.

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