"Good News" Magazine May GN issue to publish - Page 6

S chool Days -- pages 4 to 11 School News CENTRAL MOUNTAIN AREA GREAT AMERICAN PA CLEANUP The Central Mountain High School Student Government Public Relations Committee held a "Great American PA Cleanup" on Earth Day, April 22nd. Students collected garbage along Route 150 from CMHS to Mill Hall Community Park, along Fishing Creek, Lock Haven Hospital, and SusqueView Home. The event was regis- tered with Keep PA Beautiful, and PennDot supplied the students with gloves, vests, and garbage bags. In total, over 25 bags of garbage and miscellaneous debris were collected from all sites. This is the second annual clean up for the students and PR Chair, Rachel Weaver, hopes to see it continue to grow. "Our community is so beautiful and we want to keep it that way," Weaver said. "We want to have an impact and want the community to know we care." Participating students: Quinn McCluskey, Connor Eisenhower, Jocelyn Wallace, Mallory Yost, Alyssa Dickey, Megan Yost, Madalyn Bashore, Lauren Stiening, Kristina Shope, Chelsie Haines, Jolee McCluskey, Jen Connor, Brody Baker, and Rachael Karwowski. Students were chaperoned by Heather Boyle & Angela Harding. Central Mountain Football volunteers at the KCSD #KeystoneCares "Bunny Walk" at Don Malinak Stadium Team members greeted families, handed out tickets for each lap completed, drew winning tickets, and handed out prizes to all of the win- ners. #KeystoneCares is a district partnership with many local agencies and non-profits, in- cluding: Clinton County Children and Youth, Clinton County Courts, Probation, District Attorney, Housing Authority, Women's Center, Life Center, Joinder, and many others. #Key- stoneCares focuses on a monthly theme and holds free activities and events for families in Clinton County of all ages. 4 “Good News” -- May -- www.bearcountrygoodnews.com