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The Lackawanna County Commissioners recognized staff and students from West Scranton High School who finished third in the April 2014 GreenSylvania recycling competition.Pictured left to right: Commissioner Corey D. O'Brien, Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Siobhan Nee, Jasmine Montevechi, Brittany Zang, and Justin Honick, students; Frank Wahl, teacher; and Commissioner Patrick M. O'Malley.
The Lackawanna County Commissioners recognized staff and students from West Scranton High School who finished third in the April 2014 GreenSylvania recycling competition.Pictured left to right: Commissioner Corey D. O'Brien, Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Siobhan Nee, Jasmine Montevechi, Brittany Zang, and Justin Honick, students; Frank Wahl, teacher; and Commissioner Patrick M. O'Malley.
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The Lackawanna County Commissioners recognized staff and students from West Scranton High School who finished third in the April 2014 GreenSylvania recycling competition. The students directed a school-wide paper recycling program that involved collecting 3,783 pounds of paper equal to 3.88 pounds per person.


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