Newton Falls High School seniors in the Class of 2013 all came together for a day to help clean up the community.
The seniors put on their brightly-colored shirts and went out in the community for the day to various locations.
The seniors mulched and pulled weeds at the Veterans Park near the falls and repainted benches. The Community Center was cleaned out from when it was used as a bomb shelter and repainted.
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Roof: Michael Rothacker and Christian Baker repaint the eroding roof of the park pavilion.
Ciara Ferry, left, and Lauren Henderson, right, help clean up Veterans Park by pulling weeds.
At the park, the tables and pavilions were repainted, and trash was picked up all around.
All efforts were made in a hope to start a new tradition of giving back to the community to be continued by future high school seniors of Newton Falls.