Pegasus

I Serve

  • Mahin Zaman, class of 2021, poses with a trash bag quickly filling up
    Mahin Zaman, class of 2021, poses with a trash bag quickly filling up
    Kathryn Bedard
  • A student digs deep to collect trash hidden within the tree and leaves
    A student digs deep to collect trash hidden within the tree and leaves
    Kathryn Bedard
  • An already full trash bag along the trail
    An already full trash bag along the trail
    Kathryn Bedard
  • Students are following Arianna Hall through a trail to help pick up trash
    Students are following Arianna Hall through a trail to help pick up trash
    Kathryn Bedard
  • Students organizing the already full piles of trash
    Students organizing the already full piles of trash
    Kathryn Bedard
  • Students keep a watchful eye for any trash that may be hidden from their sights
    Students keep a watchful eye for any trash that may be hidden from their sights
    Kathryn Bedard
October 22, 2017
Students from Washington College took the opportunity to give back to the Chestertown community by cleaning up the local trails.

By doing this they not only created better relationships between the College and the community, but they also earned volunteer hours.

In the photos, you can see students digging into the sides of these trails and filling their bags with harmful, non-biodegradable trash. Despite the level of dirt that came with the job, everyone was noticeably cheery as they worked.


Last modified on Feb. 7th at 4:17pm by Katie Bedard.