Giving back, and setting an example for all who follow
Thirty-seven MPHS seniors conducted the 4th annual senior service project in Mount Sterling on April 20, working with village employees and officials to conduct various community service activities. Projects ranged from picking up litter and trash throughout the village, preparing the community garden for the citizens of Mount Sterling, and working at the community center to weed the flower beds, trim shrubs, rake leaves and pick up litter. Students learned to be more civic-minded as they gave back to their community and wish to serve as an example for all to follow. The class would like to thank Courtney Bricker and Sheriff Deputy Jack Dill for helping make this project a success, as well as the village of Mount Sterling for its continued support of the school and students.
 
group of high school students outside 
This group of 37 Madison- Plains Seniors participated in the 4th annual senior service project in Mount Sterling. 
 
 
two girls cleaning garden
Seniors Lauren Holbert and Regan Rubel remove cages and garden stakes from the community garden to ready it for spring planting. 
 
 
Kati Powell removes dead plants from the flower bed in front of the Mount Sterling Community Center. 
 
 
 
Christa Charles removes saplings from a tree at the Mount Sterling Community Center. 
 
high school boy trimming weeds 
Jon Peters work?s? at the Mount Sterling Community Center to remove dead plants from a flowerbed. 
 
 
two girls by bush 
Seniors Riley North and Kailyn Seymour work at the Mount Sterling Community Center to remove dead plants from a flowerbed. 
 
 
boys cleaning sidewalk
Seniors Will Cooley and Ben Fisher work to remove debris from a sidewalk in Mount Sterling.
 
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