Cedarbrook Students Adopt a Road

Twice a year, students in grades five to eight at Cedarbrook Adventist Christian School in Port Hadlock, Wash., serve their community through a road clean-up project. Every person who turns onto Cedar Avenue, near the Jefferson County Library, sees the sign that proclaims "Litter control courtesy of Cedarbrook Adventist Christian School." Students and staff patrol a half-mile stretch of road, and are often greeted by smiles and waves from people who drive or walk past as they pick up the trash along the road. "It is just one small way our students can reach out to their community in a visible way," says Greg Reseck, principal.

May 01, 2008 / Washington Conference
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