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By Emily Hill.

With the arrival of nicer weather, students at Tahquamenon Area Homeschool Community (TAHC) rolled up their sleeves for Community Service Month. Students spent four afternoons making our community a better place.

We started the month by cleaning up the trail at Hamilton Lakes. Students cleared brush, debris, and trash from the trail to prepare it for the season. We also spent a bug-filled afternoon at Luce County Park and Campground, painting campground markers and signage.

“I’m grateful for such a great group of students and parents,” said Ben Rahilly, Luce County Parks and Recreation Director. “They are very generous with their time.”

Students also spent an afternoon with local carpenter Gary Michael, who was building birdhouses for the Erickson Center for the Arts (pictured above). Mr. Michael donated hand-made birdhouse kits to TAHC and instructed students to build the houses. Students worked in teams to design their houses and then turned their work over to the Erickson Center for display in the Story Walk.

The students finished the month by volunteering at Christianson’s TLC residence hall. The volunteers did general yard work, mulched flower beds, and planted flowers. The residents were very happy with the beautification of their front yard and are looking forward to enjoying the new landscaping this summer.

TAHC encourages you to get out and about in your community this summer and help make Luce County more beautiful. For more information about TAHC, contact our director at (614) 282-4036.

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