Good deeds 3/26/20

No school, no problem: Boys turn their energy into cleaning OP street

Clay Today
Posted 3/25/20

ORANGE PARK – There is a lot of good things happening, despite these days of worrisome and trying times. Tyler, 7, and his friend Ryan, 8, decided to turn their time away from school into making a …

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Good deeds 3/26/20

No school, no problem: Boys turn their energy into cleaning OP street

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ORANGE PARK – There is a lot of good things happening, despite these days of worrisome and trying times. Tyler, 7, and his friend Ryan, 8, decided to turn their time away from school into making a difference on a the access road off Ridgecrest on Blanding Boulevard. They picked up trash as part of their distant online “act of kindness” assignment for school to earn credit and make a difference in the community. At the same time, they delivered a timely and important message for everyone: trash has germs!

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