For Immediate Release
November 1, 2012
GLASSBORO – Thomas E. Bowe School students recently participated in the 2012 Gloucester County Clean Communities Adopt-A-Road program. Students from the Thomas E. Bowe Real Men Read and Renaissance programs cleaned trash from Peace Lane and Martin Luther King Drive in Glassboro. Teachers and a handful of helpful family members joined students.
Thomas E. Bowe student helpers included Darrell Johnson, Jr., Devon Pritchett, Jaden Gregg, Kevin Lee, Griffin Rogers, and Chafsiya White. Family members Nicole Jones, Lori-Ann Gregg, Jeda Gregg (a GIS student), Kevin Lee, Charles White, Mea White, Wendy White helped out, along with teachers Mary Aruffo, Andrea LoCastro and Marilu Bicknell. Glassboro residents really got into the spirit of community service as multiple groups participated. For example, while Kevin Lee and his father (Kevin) joined Thomas E. Bowe students at the event, Kevin’s mother, Patricia Lee, accompanied a Girl Scout Troop during the cleanup.
Thomas E. Bowe student Darrell Johnson, Jr. is pictured here with his mother, Nicole Jones
and Glassboro Highway Department employee, George Bailey.
Thomas E. Bowe students and family members showed their Glassboro Pride as they helped
beautify the Borough streets. Pictured are Chafsiya White, Jaden Gregg, Jeda Gregg, Mrs. Gregg,
Griffin Rogers and Kevin Lee.