Photos: LMS adopts a highway

Seventh-grader Danae Swartz cleans up litter along Route 38, south of Route 40 in London. She was one of 14 London Middle School student council members who devoted the morning of Oct. 18 to the task. The group recently adopted the stretch of road—which runs past London’s elementary and high schools and the site of the future new middle school—through the state’s Adopt A Highway program. "What we’re trying to do is get the middle school involved in the community, and show people that anybody can do this," said Joe Watson, who serves as student council advisor with Angela Hunter.
Student council members line up to pick up trash.
Tyler Leach does his civic duty.
Student council advisor Joe Watson (front) leads by example.
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