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Hunting Island to receive decorated trash receptacle thanks to BA students

Pictured left to right: Charles Aimar, Jacob Dalton, Weezie Gallant, Mac Griffith, Carol Nogueira.
Pictured left to right: Charles Aimar, Jacob Dalton, Weezie Gallant, Mac Griffith, Carol Nogueira.

The Upper School students at Beaufort Academy used some of their time in Art class to take part in a service learning project for Hunting Islands litter control group. The students decorated a trash receptacle, which will be displayed near a beach access area at Hunting Island in hopes of encouraging patrons to keep their trash in the receptacle and off of the beach.

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