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Spring cleanup

Students Emmarae Soyring (left) and Kimmy Philaja work together to clean up trash from Barker’s Island.1 / 3
The 4K class from Newborn 2 School Education in Superior and Rivers2Lake Program worked together to pick up litter on Barker’s Island. The group was (bottom row, from left) Shane Anderson, Kimmy Philaja, Derek Chapman, Grady Hudson, Callie LeBard, Zach Jarzomski and Jack Miller; (middle row, from left) Aiden Yingling, Brayden Sislo, Sophia Meller, Avery Powe and Edyn Kock; and (back row, from left) Hailey Velasco, Anita Windsor, Amanda Guttormson and Ryan Feldbrugge.2 / 3
Callie LeBard, a student at Newborn 2 School Education, cleans up litter she found along the shore of Barker’s Island in Superior. 3 / 3

Young 4K students at Newborn 2 School Education in Superior cleaned up trash around Barker's Island in April with the help of the Rivers2Lake Program at the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve. The 4-year-old students have been learning about the importance of the place they live and the crucial role Lake Superior plays in the community.

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