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Trash Walk in Limestone

Trash Walk in Limestone

On Sunday, September 24th, the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM) Key Club showcased their commitment to community and environmental preservation by organizing a trash walk in Limestone. Armed with gloves, bags, and a determination to make a difference, these young activists scoured the town’s streets and pathways, ensuring they were free of litter and pollutants.

The result of their concerted efforts was remarkable — over a dozen bags filled with trash were collected from the roadsides, a testament to both the extent of the littering issue and the tenacity of the MSSM Key Club members. This initiative not only beautified Limestone but also served as a stark reminder of the continuous effort required to maintain our environment.

Such community-driven events resonate deeply by setting an example and encouraging others to adopt similar environmentally-friendly practices. The MSSM Key Club has once again demonstrated that with collective effort, small actions can lead to significant positive change. Limestone is undoubtedly proud of its young community leaders, and their trash walk will be remembered as an inspiration for future eco-conscious endeavors. The Key Club would like to thank the Limestone Rotary Club for donating several pizzas and lemonade for students to enjoy after the event.