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Setauket Elementary Students Join Town Recycling Efforts

As part of the school’s continued recycling efforts, Setauket Elementary School kindergartners in Lori Bard’s and Kelly Freeman’s classes were selected to beautify a 55-gallon drum for the Town of Brookhaven Painting and Recycling Program. 

With the help of their teachers and several parent volunteers, the classes created a “Setauket Cares” design on the receptacle to symbolize their commitment to keeping their neighborhood free of waste.

The painted piece will be placed in a town park within the surrounding area and will be used to promote the town’s single-stream recycling program.

 

Photo Caption:  As part of the school’s continued recycling efforts, Setauket Elementary School kindergartners in Lori Bard’s and Kelly Freeman’s classes were selected to beautify a 55-gallon drum for the Town of Brookhaven Painting and Recycling Program. The classes are pictured here with substitute teacher Gina Scarpulla, Principal Dr. Nathalie Lilavois and Ms. Bard.

Photo provided by the Three Village Central School District 

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