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Spring Cleaning: Lions Host Rid Litter Day in North Haven

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North Haven Lions Treasurer and District Governor Allan Sturtz, L, works with his son Jon Sturtz, also a Lions member, at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier

North Haven Lions Treasurer and District Governor Allan Sturtz, L, works with his son Jon Sturtz, also a Lions member, at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier )

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North Haven High School Sophomores Katelyn Spader, L rear, and Jane Leamon pick up litter as Lisa Leamon holds a tree branch out of their way at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier

North Haven High School Sophomores Katelyn Spader, L rear, and Jane Leamon pick up litter as Lisa Leamon holds a tree branch out of their way at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier )

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North Haven Lion Marie-Anne Barnhart, R, picks up litter at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Volunteer Lisa Leamon holds a tree branch out of the way of fellow volunteers not shown. Wesley Bunnell / Courier

North Haven Lion Marie-Anne Barnhart, R, picks up litter at Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Volunteer Lisa Leamon holds a tree branch out of the way of fellow volunteers not shown. Wesley Bunnell / Courier )

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North Haven Lion Marie-Anne Barnhart rakes while helping to clean up Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day along with North Haven High School Sophomore Katelyn Spader. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier

North Haven Lion Marie-Anne Barnhart rakes while helping to clean up Grover-Wyman Park on Saturday during Rid Litter Day along with North Haven High School Sophomore Katelyn Spader. The day focuses on one of the Lions five focus areas which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness and childhood cancer research. Wesley Bunnell / Courier )

North Haven High School sophomores Jane Leamon (left) and Katelyn Spader fill a trash bag held by Lions Club member Marie-Anne Barnhart at Grover-Wyman Park on April 10, Rid Litter Day. The day focuses on one of the Lions Club’s five focus areas, which are environment, hunger, vision, diabetes awareness, and childhood cancer research.





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