Students clean up road

Together with 10 other Chardon High School service organization students, juniors Logan Coles, from left, junior Tate Farinacci and seniors Dillon Grieb and Mikhail Hall work to clean up a stretch of Route 44.

Ellen Ondrey 440-285-4052 ext. 409

CHS students pave the way

On Aug. 20, Chardon High School students from the school’s Rotary Interact Club, commonly known as Interact, teamed up with students from other CHS service organizations to clean up the stretch of Route 44 from the State Highway Patrol base to Clark Road. In all, 14 students contributed to this project. The project was spearheaded and coordinated by Eric Hollinger, a member of the Rotary Club of Chardon.

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