Sarah Albee (in front) is joined by Lee Evans, Susie Burdick, Vicki Evans and Sarah Bryant for Kids Discovery Museum’s Big Cleanup Day. (Krzysztofa McDonough photo)

Sarah Albee (in front) is joined by Lee Evans, Susie Burdick, Vicki Evans and Sarah Bryant for Kids Discovery Museum’s Big Cleanup Day. (Krzysztofa McDonough photo)

KiDiMu clean-up crew

  • Thursday, May 24, 2018 8:30am
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A group of 30 Rotarians and Interact teens sprang into action recently to help with facility maintenance on Kids Discovery Museum’s Big Cleanup Day.

Helping Hands volunteers, under the guidance of Lee Evans, shared their time and talents. From teens to retirees, they were fearless washing windows, painting walls and exhibits, cleaning and getting art projects ready for young explorers.

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