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Superintendent, staff, students participate in Baldwin Day of Caring

Kristina Serafini
| Friday, May 4, 2018, 5:18 p.m.

Baldwin and Whitehall area senior citizens, as well as a number of local organizations, were the recipients of various service projects during Baldwin-Whitehall School District's first Day of Caring on Friday.

Following a half day of school, administrators, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students visited the homes of 54 seniors in Baldwin Township, Baldwin Borough and Whitehall to perform house and yard work. They also completed tasks at 21 organizations throughout Western Pennsylvania, including Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and South Hills Pet Rescue.

Superintendent Randy Lutz created the Baldwin Day of Caring as a way to give back to the community.

Baldwin High School seniors Zoe Vongtau (left) and Kaleigh Varney, both members of the National Honor Society, pull weeds from a rock bed at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Randy Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Baldwin High School seniors Zoe Vongtau (left) and Kaleigh Varney, both members of the National Honor Society, pull weeds from a rock bed at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Randy Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Bea Mirt peeks out her front door as Baldwin High School 2016 graduate Carly Lutz, daughter of Baldwin-Whitehall School District Superintendent Randy Lutz, pulls weeds from a mulch bed at Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, his daughter, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Bea Mirt peeks out her front door as Baldwin High School 2016 graduate Carly Lutz, daughter of Baldwin-Whitehall School District Superintendent Randy Lutz, pulls weeds from a mulch bed at Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, his daughter, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Baldwin High School senior Lucas Smith, a member of the National Honor Society, works alongside Superintendent Randy Lutz to pull weeds from a rock bed at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Baldwin High School senior Lucas Smith, a member of the National Honor Society, works alongside Superintendent Randy Lutz to pull weeds from a rock bed at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Baldwin High School senior Lucas Smith, a member of the National Honor Society, pulls weeds from the stairs at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Randy Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Baldwin High School senior Lucas Smith, a member of the National Honor Society, pulls weeds from the stairs at Bea Mirt's Baldwin Borough home Friday, May 4, 2018. Superintendent Randy Lutz created Baldwin Day of Caring in an effort to make sure area senior citizens are taken care of and feel connected with the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, and to give back to the community. Lutz, faculty, staff and National Honor Society students helped out with house and yard work at 54 senior citizen's homes and worked on other projects for various organizations around the area.
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