GREENING UP THE HIGHWAY -- During the summer students and staff from the Littleton campus of the White Mountains Community College helped clean up a two-mile stretch of Route 116 in Bethlehem, N.H. At the end of the day, the volunteers filled 62 bags of trash. The WMCC volunteers were participating in the New Hampshire Sponsor-A-Highway program in which organizations help clean and maintain sections of roadside on New Hampshire's state highway system. Above, Dahna Nute, at left, and Suzanna Whittum are two of the WMCC students who participated in the clean-up. More information about the program can be found at: http://www.nh.gov/dot/org/operations/highwaymaintenance/sponsorahighway/index.htm. The Littleton Academic Center/White Mountains Community College is part of the New Hampshire Community College System. For more information, visit http://www.wmcc.edu/littleton-academic-center or call 603-444-1326.
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