It rained on Sept. 6, but that didn’t deter Franklin & Marshall students from cleaning up the Conestoga River in Lancaster during the United Way Day of Caring. After finding an abandoned trunk on the riverbed, (from left to right) Andrew Korns ’10, Nicolas Somers ’09, Justin Herbert ’09 and Stacey Sosenko ’09 used it to punt downstream and collect trash.
Creative Recycling on Day of Caring
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