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Photo gallery: Recycling program at Lincoln Park Community Center

| Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
Patrick Varine | Penn Hills Progress
Spectrum Charter School students Nathan Wright and Aaron Schuneman present information to Penn Hills residents about recycling on March 13, 2013, at the Lincoln Park Community Center.
Patrick Varine | Penn Hills Progress
Spectrum Charter School Community Link Coordinator Amber Simcic holds up flower necklaces on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, made from the tops of recycled water bottles and painted by Spectrum students.
Patrick Varine | Penn Hills Progress
Drew Ferguson hands out the recycled flower ornaments to residents attending the Spectrum Charter School's recycling program, held Wednesday, March 13, 2013, at the Lincoln Park Community Center.

Students and officials from Spectrum Charter School presented a recycling program for Penn Hills residents on March 13 at the Lincoln Park Community Center in Ridgeview Avenue. Students Nathan Wright and Aaron Schuneman told residents about a variety of ways to recycle locally. They also gave out recycled ornaments, painted flowers made from the tops of plastic water bottles.

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