Last updated: April 16. 2014 1:02PM - 877 Views

Photos submittedHarlan County High School students, from left, Ashley Planck, Destiny McMillian, Bethany Morgan and Billy Cochran participated in a PRIDE cleanup recently at the school.
Photos submittedHarlan County High School students, from left, Ashley Planck, Destiny McMillian, Bethany Morgan and Billy Cochran participated in a PRIDE cleanup recently at the school.
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Approximately 10 students from the Harlan County High School 21st Century program participated in a PRIDE Club cleanup at the school in late March.


Students worked together to pick up trash from around the Coal Miners Memorial Stadium football/track complex.


A larger school-wide cleanup is planned Friday.


The 21st Century program offers numerous activities for HCHS students, including tutoring and credit recovery, as well as classes in music, web design, writing, multimedia and career options.


For more information about the 21st Century program or the PRIDE Club at Harlan County High School, contact 21st Century director John Henson at 574-2020, Ext. 3566.

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