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King's College students Cory Tobin of Pittston, right, and Kellie Kopko of Wilkes-Barre pick up debris in Nesbitt Park on Tuesday during a spring cleanup project involving members of the King's College community who were cleaning up the park and Public Square downtown, where King's is soon to have an added presence with the renovation of the former Ramada Hotel on the square into a learning and living center. About 100 were to join in the projects, which represent the college's participation in a recent call for a Day or Service for all Holy Cross educational institutions.
King's College students Cory Tobin of Pittston, right, and Kellie Kopko of Wilkes-Barre pick up debris in Nesbitt Park on Tuesday during a spring cleanup project involving members of the King's College community who were cleaning up the park and Public Square downtown, where King's is soon to have an added presence with the renovation of the former Ramada Hotel on the square into a learning and living center. About 100 were to join in the projects, which represent the college's participation in a recent call for a Day or Service for all Holy Cross educational institutions.
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King’s College students Cory Tobin of Pittston, right, and Kellie Kopko of Wilkes-Barre pick up debris in Nesbitt Park on Tuesday during a spring cleanup project involving members of the King’s College community who were cleaning up the park and Public Square downtown, where King’s is soon to have an added presence with the renovation of the former Ramada Hotel on the square into a learning and living center. About 100 were to join in the projects, which represent the college’s participation in a recent call for a Day or Service for all Holy Cross educational institutions.


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