West Handley Elementary Cleans up at Cowtown Cleanup

West Handley Elementary School students and parents showed up early on Saturday morning to participate in the annual Cowtown Cleanup. They worked the school grounds and the 4 blocks surrounding the school. Over 65 volunteers signed in, and by 11am, had collected over 100 bags of trash to take to the city dropoff centers.
After the cleanup, everyone was treated to hot dogs and sides for lunch. Principal Moynihans announced to the students that they could wear their bright orange Cowtown Cleanup shirts to school on Monday, which was met with cheers and applause.
Joining the West Handley OWLS were members of the Brentwood-Oak Hills Neighborhood Association who joined in cleanup duties. BOHN President Kat Kroll was the designated driver to take the trash to the Bulk Trash drop-off center. She hauled 2 full truck-loads to the center, and a second BOHN member took another 15 bags.
If you have photos from your Cowtown Cleanup event, please email them to Kat so we can publish them online.   editor@greatermeadowbrooknews.com

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