Photos: SHU Teams Up With Clean Sweep South Orange

SHU's SOS day provides help for South Orange

On Saturday, held their third Service on Saturday (SOS) and once again, South Orange was a part of it.

Previously, the school has combined with South Orange to have the students .  This time around, the students joined forces with and helped clean the streets of downtown.  This operation was arranged by the South Orange/Seton Hall University Engagement Committee.

Sponsored by the South Orange Chamber of Commerce, Clean Sweep South Orange is a group of volunteers, led by resident , that take to the streets and clean up all the litter aand garbage they can find.

Numerous local officials thanked the students for their participation with the group, including Assemblyman John McKeon, Assemblywoman Mila Jasey and Village President Alex Torpey.  After the students finished, hosted them for some pizza and soda as a way of thanking them for their work.

Leslie Pogany November 06, 2011 at 03:39 PM
Thank you Matt, Derek and Brian! Look how you have grown from a small group of volunteers who want to make a difference to Clean Sweep South Orange! Thank you Seton Hall for your hand up and for making a difference. Nancy the photos are an inspiration! Thanks President Torpey and to our Assemblyman John McKeon and Assemblywoman Mila Jasey for cheering on our Volunteers. Scott Egelberg and Mr. Miller thanks for bringing the town and gown together. I am very proud to call South Orange my hometown!
Tom Morris November 06, 2011 at 06:55 PM
Thanks for all your hard work.
Nancy Heins-Glaser November 07, 2011 at 12:52 AM
What fun to photograph positive images of the seton hall students. What a great combination of dedicated village volunteers working together with interested energetic students. We hope to get some SHU "artists" to paint holiday windows too. Its great to see people engaged in the towns - where we all live. Team leaders really worked hard to keep this done quickly followed by some fun. Thanks for working hard to help this town and the world in general students through your community service projects! Thanks to DOVE on campus too for facilitating the process.
Joanne Douds November 08, 2011 at 01:22 AM
Thank you to the Green Team!


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