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Hometown Hernando for May 10

Three students from Deltona Elementary School’s Fit to Run Club met April 7 on Spring Hill Drive to do a one-block trash clean up. In just 20 minutes, eight bags of trash were collected near Spring Hill Drive and Omaha Circle. The idea came when Kristie Licht, the Run Club instructor, noticed mass amounts of trash along the edge of the empty wooded lots and felt something needed to be done. Some of her students agreed to help. Pictured (left to right): Allison Young, Dakota Francesco, Anthony VanWinkle and Mrs. Kristie Licht. Courtesy of Kristie Licht
Three students from Deltona Elementary School’s Fit to Run Club met April 7 on Spring Hill Drive to do a one-block trash clean up. In just 20 minutes, eight bags of trash were collected near Spring Hill Drive and Omaha Circle. The idea came when Kristie Licht, the Run Club instructor, noticed mass amounts of trash along the edge of the empty wooded lots and felt something needed to be done. Some of her students agreed to help. Pictured (left to right): Allison Young, Dakota Francesco, Anthony VanWinkle and Mrs. Kristie Licht. Courtesy of Kristie Licht
Published May 8, 2019

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