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UCA helps keep Greenwood beautiful

<p>PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY</p><p>Every year, students at Union Christian Academy spend a week helping others during Youth Service Week. Each class works together to help in various parts of the world. The seniors went to Ecuador to perform mission work and the junior class went to Chicago. The seventh graders were lucky enough to get to help out closer to home. On Monday, they worked to clean up Creekmore Park in Fort Smith. Then on Wednesday, they cleaned the UCA Campus. Last Friday, they began cleaning the trash from the Greenwood walking trail, starting at the Coal Miner Memorial and working their way to Denver Street. The Seventh grade class of UCA is pictured here with their UCA adviser, Brett Short and Greenwood’s Parks Director, Doug Kinslow.</p>

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

Every year, students at Union Christian Academy spend a week helping others during Youth Service Week. Each class works together to help in various parts of the world. The seniors went to Ecuador to perform mission work and the junior class went to Chicago. The seventh graders were lucky enough to get to help out closer to home. On Monday, they worked to clean up Creekmore Park in Fort Smith. Then on Wednesday, they cleaned the UCA Campus. Last Friday, they began cleaning the trash from the Greenwood walking trail, starting at the Coal Miner Memorial and working their way to Denver Street. The Seventh grade class of UCA is pictured here with their UCA adviser, Brett Short and Greenwood’s Parks Director, Doug Kinslow.

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

Every year, students at Union Christian Academy spend a week helping others during Youth Service Week. Each class works together to help in various parts of the world. The seniors went to Ecuador to perform mission work and the junior class went to Chicago. The seventh graders were lucky enough to get to help out closer to home. On Monday, they worked to clean up Creekmore Park in Fort Smith. Then on Wednesday, they cleaned the UCA Campus. Last Friday, they began cleaning the trash from the Greenwood walking trail, starting at the Coal Miner Memorial and working their way to Denver Street. The Seventh grade class of UCA is pictured here with their UCA adviser, Brett Short and Greenwood’s Parks Director, Doug Kinslow.

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