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The Luzerne County Community College Student Government Association and the college's Recycling Committee recently held Green Week at the college's campus. Students, staff, and community members participated in a cleanup of downtown Nanticoke as part of the Green Week activities. At the clean up, from left, first row: Machelle Smith, Ashley, member, LCCC recycling committee; Dan Shaw, Nanticoke, Nanticoke Ambulance; Ben Barchik, Cambra, LCCC student; Rob Armillei, Plains Township, member, LCCC recycling committee; Julie Schechter, Exeter, chair, LCCC recycling committee; Leah Kowalski, Nanticoke, LCCC student; Andrew Kempchinsky, Freeland, LCCC student; Seth Brakefield, Trucksville, LCCC student; and Pam Heard, Mountain Top, City of Nanticoke. Second row: Jason Norieka, Nanticoke, administrator, Nanticoke Ambulance; Jeffrey Levandowski, Glen Lyon, secretary, Nanticoke Skatepark Committee; Walter Pavelit, Nanticoke, public work supervisor, City of Nanticoke; Thomas P. Leary, president, LCCC; Kimberly Hinton, Pittston, LCCC student; Maureen Ryneski, White Haven, clean-up volunteer, LCCC; Rainy Ann Boyle, Pittston, LCCC student; Stephen Housenick, Nanticoke, clean-up volunteer; Dave Ehrensperger, Nanticoke, member, LCCC recycling committee; and Patricia Zenlaski, Nanticoke, refuse clerk, City of Nanticoke.


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