High school FBLA students remove 50 pounds of trash from Route 6 campus roadside

kids cleaning up the roadside

The Minisink Valley High School FBLA spent the afternoon of Oct. 20 cleaning up the stretch of Route 6 by the Minisink campus, removing over 50 pounds of trash.

This is a long standing Minisink Valley FBLA tradition and is done in association with the New York State “Adopt A Highway” program.

Thank you to Nataly Pena, Liam Rothbaum, Mackenzie Mulcare, Guiliana Vinces and Giacomo Vinces for their efforts!

“Our highway cleanup not only helps the environment and the community but also helps us have more compassion for the little things in life, ” said FBLA President Nataly Pena.