Marywood Volunteers Help to Clean Up the Memorial Rose Garden at Nay Aug
Marywood University students, alumni, staff and family members volunteered this past weekend to help clean up Nay Aug Park, Scranton, Pa. Organized by The Greenhouse Project, and Debbie A. Frable Welby and Paul Welby, Memorial Rose Garden chairpersons, Scranton, Pa., Marywood volunteers assisted with work on two areas for new flower beds and benches. The volunteers cleaned, weeded, raked, and bagged more than sixty bags of leaves, and they spread two truckloads of red mulch.
Pictured (left to right) are: Logan Casebolt, family member; Mary Errico Casebolt, Marywood University alumna; Ann O'Brien, assistant director of Service-Learning and Community Service; Sarah O'Brien, (front) family member; Tommy Flynn, undergraduate student; Sister Rachel Terry, IHM, campus ministry associate; and Courtney Loughlin, graduate student.
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