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Canterbury students help clean up Hamilton Park

Students, teachers and parents from Canterbury High School take part in a service day Friday to help Habitat for Humanity clean up Hamilton Park. (Courtesy photo)
Students, teachers and parents from Canterbury High School take part in a service day Friday to help Habitat for Humanity clean up Hamilton Park. (Courtesy photo)
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Sunday, April 21, 2013 07:52 am
Hundreds of Canterbury High School students, parents and teachers cleaned up Hamilton Park on Friday to mark the start of Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity's new Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. The initiative will include building homes and rehabbing existing ones, and a program called “Brush with Kindness” for exterior remodeling projects, such as painting or more critical home repair in the bounded by Lindenwood Avenue, West State Boulevard, Wells Street and Main Street.

Friday's project was a collaboration with Canterbury, the Fort Wayne-Allen County Health Department, the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department and the University of Saint Francis.

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