Promoting Earth Day


Union Elementary’s second grade students and Clinton’s Piggly Wiggly at Jordan Plaza are participating in the 20th annual ‘Earth Day Groceries’ project in recognition of Earth Day on April 22. This is an activity in which the students decorate and write an important Earth Day message on an empty paper grocery bag. The bags are then returned to the grocery store to distribute to the customers. The project promotes environmental awareness in the community and is a great way for the students to make a difference, organizers and participants said.


Union Elementary’s second grade students and Clinton’s Piggly Wiggly at Jordan Plaza are participating in the 20th annual ‘Earth Day Groceries’ project in recognition of Earth Day on April 22. This is an activity in which the students decorate and write an important Earth Day message on an empty paper grocery bag. The bags are then returned to the grocery store to distribute to the customers. The project promotes environmental awareness in the community and is a great way for the students to make a difference, organizers and participants said.

Union Elementary’s second grade students and Clinton’s Piggly Wiggly at Jordan Plaza are participating in the 20th annual ‘Earth Day Groceries’ project in recognition of Earth Day on April 22. This is an activity in which the students decorate and write an important Earth Day message on an empty paper grocery bag. The bags are then returned to the grocery store to distribute to the customers. The project promotes environmental awareness in the community and is a great way for the students to make a difference, organizers and participants said.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Earth-Day.jpgUnion Elementary’s second grade students and Clinton’s Piggly Wiggly at Jordan Plaza are participating in the 20th annual ‘Earth Day Groceries’ project in recognition of Earth Day on April 22. This is an activity in which the students decorate and write an important Earth Day message on an empty paper grocery bag. The bags are then returned to the grocery store to distribute to the customers. The project promotes environmental awareness in the community and is a great way for the students to make a difference, organizers and participants said.
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