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Annual MHS Day a wrap

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By Angela Shepherd

The annual MHS Day was held Friday, May 10, and with that saw the entirety of McClain High School, including staff and students, performing community service projects across Greenfield.

Some of those projects included tidying the cemetery grounds, painting fire hydrants, helping out at New Directions by cleaning tables and chairs and also painting special ceiling tiles, picking up around the bike path, painting the skate ramps at Mitchell Park, washing emergency vehicles, and planting flowers and landscaping across the village. This year also included special projects of making and delivering cards to nursing homes and making dog toys for the animal shelter.

To follow along with what's going on in the Greenfield Exempted Village School District, go to the district website at or check out the district’s social media pages. Each building also has its own Facebook page.


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