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Two Schools Recognized for Their Environmental Community Services Projects

George W. Nebinger School in Philadelphia and The Douglass School in Wilmington Win $5000 Grants

April 30, 2015

The two winning schools of the 10th Annual Environmental Community Service Award are the George W. Nebinger School in Philadelphia and The Douglass School in Wilmington. Spearheaded by Wawa, 6abc, and the environmental law firm Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF), the award celebrates a decade of supporting environmental programs that improve the local community. The goal of the Environmental Community Service Award is to recognize schools (6th grade or higher) for their outstanding programs that enhance and improve the quality of life in their communities as well as raise awareness of environmental concerns.  

Principal Anh Brown, Wally, the Wawa Goose, 6abc's David Murphy, Wawa's Thayer Schroeder and Manko Gold's  Jonathan Spergel

Pottmg Activity at The Douglass School

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