Greenfield donates to McClain H.S.


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Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin met with local school officials recently to present a $500 check to McClain High School in recognition of the assistance provided by local students in May. MHS students collected 556 old tires to be recycled as part of their McClain Service Day activities. Pictured are, from left, are Greenfield Superintendent Joe Wills, Wilkin and McClain High School Principal Jason Potts.

Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin met with local school officials recently to present a $500 check to McClain High School in recognition of the assistance provided by local students in May. MHS students collected 556 old tires to be recycled as part of their McClain Service Day activities. Pictured are, from left, are Greenfield Superintendent Joe Wills, Wilkin and McClain High School Principal Jason Potts.


In early May 2018 the Village of Greenfield was awarded a $5,000 Recycling and Litter Grant from the Highland County Board of Commissioners. The proposed use of this grant money was to have a Greenfield Tire Roundup and a Community Cleanup Day during the year.

As part of the grant program, Greenfield proposed a $500 contributing match to McClain High School as an incentive for students during the annual McClain Service Day held May 11, 2018.

The students of McClain High School responded enthusiastically, collecting some 556 tires from all areas of the village and neatly stacking them to be picked up by Sundown Tire Recycling of Piketon.

Other funds from the Recycling and Litter Grant were applied towards the Community Cleanup Day that took place on Sept. 22.

Submitted by Ron Coffey.

Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin met with local school officials recently to present a $500 check to McClain High School in recognition of the assistance provided by local students in May. MHS students collected 556 old tires to be recycled as part of their McClain Service Day activities. Pictured are, from left, are Greenfield Superintendent Joe Wills, Wilkin and McClain High School Principal Jason Potts.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_Greenfield-pic.jpgGreenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin met with local school officials recently to present a $500 check to McClain High School in recognition of the assistance provided by local students in May. MHS students collected 556 old tires to be recycled as part of their McClain Service Day activities. Pictured are, from left, are Greenfield Superintendent Joe Wills, Wilkin and McClain High School Principal Jason Potts.

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