Four Schools Helped by Hands on Topeka



Four elementary schools are looking better and brighter this week thanks to volunteers involved in the annual Hands on Topeka event.  The United Methodist Church’s of Topeka have been cleaning up city and county parks the past three years, but this year Hands on Topeka added four schools to its clean up schedule.

 Sunday, April 28, volunteers showed up at Scott Elementary, Randolph Elementary, Whitson Elementary and McEachron Elementary to plant flowers, spread mulch, paint playground equipment and do general cleanup work around the schools.  The principals at the four schools and some school staff were involved as well. 

Topeka Public Schools wants to thank all the volunteers who participated in Hands on Topeka

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