Softball team cleans home base

By on May 4, 2016
Warwick softball players (front row, left to right) Alyssa Christi, Mackenzie Russell, Marissa Treibley, and Jenny Woolley. (Second row, l-r) Kate Seibert, Megan MacNair, Nicole Shirk, Jolyssa High, Amanda Herr, Catie Brubaker, and Lexi Leonard.

Warwick softball players (front row, left to right) Alyssa Christi, Mackenzie Russell, Marissa Treibley, and Jenny Woolley. (Second row, l-r) Kate Seibert, Megan MacNair, Nicole Shirk, Jolyssa High, Amanda Herr, Catie Brubaker, and Lexi Leonard. Photo by Pat Burns.

Members of the Warwick girls softball team were up bright and early Saturday morning, following a night of fundraising for cancer patients and their families at MiniTHON, to take part in this year’s downtown spring cleaning. They were joined by other community volunteers, including a force of employees from Johnson & Johnson.

The softball team partnered with Venture Lititz to work the event, which is part of The Great American Cleanup.

Warwick softball coach Mark Hough led his team during The Great American Cleanup project, clearing the Main Street sidewalks in Lititz Saturday morning.

Warwick softball coach Mark Hough led his team during The Great American Cleanup project, clearing the Main Street sidewalks in Lititz Saturday morning. Photo by Pat Burns.

Volunteers focused on Broad Street, from Orange Street to Lincoln Avenue, and Main Street, from the square to Cedar Street. They swept sidewalks, removed debris from the curbs, spread mulch around shade trees, pulled weeds, and whatever else was needed to help get Lititz ready for the summer event season.

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  1. Linda R. Panek

    June 13, 2016 at 8:30 am

    I was very impressed with the operation of the team is soft, nice and good for life

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