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AHS Football team helps clean up town

The Arlington High School football team, from incoming freshmen to seniors and coaches Greg Dailer and Coach Jamie Wilson spent their Saturday morning, June 6, cleaning up downtown Arlington at their first Spring Cleaning service to the community. “We had the football team break up into two groups,” said Dailer.  “One group started at Safeway and the other started at the north end of town. The kids picked up trash until we met in the middle. Our community is so supportive of us, and we are looking for ways to give back. The players were not required to participate, it was a volunteer opportunity.” - Courtesy photo
The Arlington High School football team, from incoming freshmen to seniors and coaches Greg Dailer and Coach Jamie Wilson spent their Saturday morning, June 6, cleaning up downtown Arlington at their first Spring Cleaning service to the community. “We had the football team break up into two groups,” said Dailer. “One group started at Safeway and the other started at the north end of town. The kids picked up trash until we met in the middle. Our community is so supportive of us, and we are looking for ways to give back. The players were not required to participate, it was a volunteer opportunity.”
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The Arlington High School football team, from incoming freshmen to seniors and coaches Greg Dailer and Coach Jamie Wilson spent their Saturday morning, June 6, cleaning up downtown Arlington at their first Spring Cleaning service to the community. “We had the football team break up into two groups,” said Dailer. “One group started at Safeway and the other started at the north end of town. The kids picked up trash until we met in the middle. Our community is so supportive of us, and we are looking for ways to give back. The players were not required to participate, it was a volunteer opportunity.”

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