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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Some 900 Students Spruce Up Area During 'I Love Salisbury'


SALISBURY, MD---Some 900 Salisbury University students from 60 campus organizations recently helped spruce up public, private and non-profit properties during the SU Student Government Association’s ninth annual “I Love Salisbury” community cleanup event Saturday, November 12.

They fulfilled requests for yardwork and more at nearly 50 Salisbury sites such as Asbury United Methodist Church; several area parks, including Schumaker; and the campus, including the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art; as well as private residences in surrounding neighborhoods.

“We saw a record number of student volunteers at this year’s event, which united our students with each other and with the community,” said Dr. Dane Foust, vice president of student affairs. “The fact that so many would get up early on a weekend and give up a large part of their Saturday to make the community a cleaner place speaks to their dedication to civic engagement and their pride as Sea Gulls. Our thanks go out to the SGA for organizing the ‘I Love Salisbury’ program and to the campus community for making it reality.”

For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU website at www.salibury.edu.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is wonderful news! Thanks for reporting it.

Anonymous said...

How about removing the stupid Da'bury signs first you idiot mayor.

Anonymous said...

Nice work SU SGA- much appreciated!

Anonymous said...

Now that's something to praise and with you 11:39

Anonymous said...

Da'Millinials.

Anonymous said...

Kudos to all that participated. Thank you, you are appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Didn't hear a word about it beforehand.

Anonymous said...

You first u millinial Ahole,go put on ur diaper pin.

Anonymous said...

Nice work, students. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

The majority of the students on college campuses are good kids. The only ones MSM puts in the news are the "mommy mommy help me liberals" who have no college potential and are incapable of fitting into society.

Anonymous said...

It's great to see the good a lot of students are doing each and every day in this country. All too often it is just the bad and the nonproductive that is reported. This is a group we can all be proud of.

Anonymous said...

Ireton millinials.

Anonymous said...

I just knew there would be some putting these people down. Complain about anything and everything. While you sit on your duffs ....