Cleanup day brings loads of smiles


Local News

October 22, 2018 - 11:24 AM

From left, Allen Community College students Nikayla Kussatz and Lindsey Temaat and Kansas State University student Katie Buhler were among the 48 volunteers who helped with a cleanup day effort in LaHarpe Saturday. Nineteen yards were cleared of brush and other debris. PHOTO COURTESY OF DAMARIS KUNKLER

LAHARPE — A hearty group of 48 volunteers, ranging from college students to residents in their 70s, flooded LaHarpe with trucks, trailers, shovels and rakes Saturday, to help clean up debris and brush from 19 local yards.

The cleanup day effort was a collaboration between LaHarpe PRIDE, Thrive Allen County and the Kansas Health Foundation.

The impetus was a grant Thrive received from the Health Foundation to fund resident-led projects in LaHarpe.

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