Students Clean Up Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow Streets

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Sleepy Hollow High School students helped clean up Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow on Saturday. Photo Credit: Bonnie Berry

SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. – Sleepy Hollow High School students filled more than 40 bags of garbage and recyclables on Saturday as part of a village clean-up effort.

The high school's S.P.E.A.R. Club (Students Promoting Environmental Awareness and Responsibility) organized the clean-up with help from varsity cross county, football and volleyball teams. School officials said 66 students helped remove trash from Beekman Avenue in Sleepy Hollow, Main Street in Tarrytown and Patriot's Park.

“Although a town clean-up doesn’t sound like the most fun way to be spending a Saturday, Sleepy Hollow students really stepped up to the plate and made a seemingly boring task into a fun feel-good activity,” the school district said.

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proud tarrytowner:

I am so delighted to hear that the students of our local high school are taking pride in the towns they live in. Our streets are often dirty and littered and if adults follow this example we will look and feel better as a community. Kudos to these students, their parents and their club advisor. Great job

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