I had a thought....why couldnt the welfare recipients and the incarcerated individuals of leroy , be out doing things like this...some individuals would be contributing to society and at the same time, some individuals would be paying there debt to society....just a thought that makes perfect sense to a guy with alot of common sense...
Photos: Le Roy residents pitch in to clean up Main Street
Submitted by Howard B. Owens on June 5, 2014 - 7:53pm
Le Roy Main Street Revitalization hosted a village clean-up this afternoon with residents, including students, pitching in to pull weeds and pick up garbage.
Above, Carly, Contado and Jack pull weeds from a garden bed along Main Street.
Candy Bower and Jennifer Keys cleaning the brick alleyway off Main Street.
For more information about Le Roy Main Street Revitalization, visit the group's Facebook page.
The high school students were getting volunteer hours that are needed for graduation and the middle school students who participated had a great time. All were happy to be there and contribute to the beautification of Main Street. Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time, labor, and/or supplies!
I do agree with Steve on asking welfare recipients to put in time cleaning up a Main St..Just like these fine students are doing...They can help out also...We spend millions in this county on welfare..some of those are able to do some kind of work.....Just like those who donate their time to Habitat for Humanity and other worth wild causes...
Great job to those who participated in this clean up effort.
Although I wasn't available to help, I did see the results and you guys did a fine job. A big thanks to the local Le Roy folks and the Main Street Revitalization Committee for making our village more beautiful.