0
Votes

Cleaning Up

Washington Episcopal School in Bethesda held its annual all-school Community Service Day to give back to the community. Each student and faculty member, as well as parent volunteers, participated in this special day that benefited many organizations and individuals in the area, including Bethesda Cares, Samaritan Ministries, Cabin John Fire Department, hospitalized children, and the Humane Society. Students from the school also collected trash and debris from their adopted highway, Little Falls Parkway, along with Little Falls Creek, and the Capital Crescent Trail. Above, WES eighth-graders clean-up trash and debris on Little Falls Parkway in Bethesda. From left are Richard Royle, Annie Steckler and Sydney Ortega.

Washington Episcopal School in Bethesda held its annual all-school Community Service Day to give back to the community. Each student and faculty member, as well as parent volunteers, participated in this special day that benefited many organizations and individuals in the area, including Bethesda Cares, Samaritan Ministries, Cabin John Fire Department, hospitalized children, and the Humane Society. Students from the school also collected trash and debris from their adopted highway, Little Falls Parkway, along with Little Falls Creek, and the Capital Crescent Trail. Above, WES eighth-graders clean-up trash and debris on Little Falls Parkway in Bethesda. From left are Richard Royle, Annie Steckler and Sydney Ortega.

Washington Episcopal School in Bethesda held its annual all-school Community Service Day to give back to the community. Each student and faculty member, as well as parent volunteers, participated in this special day that benefited many organizations and individuals in the area, including Bethesda Cares, Samaritan Ministries, Cabin John Fire Department, hospitalized children, and the Humane Society. Students from the school also collected trash and debris from their adopted highway, Little Falls Parkway, along with Little Falls Creek, and the Capital Crescent Trail. Above, WES eighth-graders clean-up trash and debris on Little Falls Parkway in Bethesda. From left are Richard Royle, Annie Steckler and Sydney Ortega.