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Kendall Lions clean up roadsides

Staff Reports Posted 24 April 2016 at 12:00 am

Provided photos, Helen Unterborn

KENDALL – The Kendall Lions had about 45 volunteers on Saturday for the annual Kendall Community Environmental Cleanup Day. This photo shows Lion President Tom Minigiello and his wife Candy Minigiello, who is also a member of the Lions Club.

Lions, Leos, Scouts and community members joined forces to clean up about 80 percent of the roadsides in the Town of Kendall. The Lions provided safety vests to participants as well as refreshments following. The Lions Club thanks the Town of Kendall Highway Department for its support in the cleanup.

A group of community members gather at the town highway department and await their road assignments.

Members of the Leos Club at Kendall Central School – Brook Andrus, Evan Gaesser and Julia Smith – pick up garbage from by the road.

Volunteers filled many trash bags with roadside debris.

On Friday, Earth day, the Lions were happy to participate in the Fourth Grade Foresters Program. The Lions Club provided and handed out trees to each 4th grade student at Kendall Elementary. Lion Phil D’Agostino presented a tree to his grandson Louis Conte.