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TBT: Harrison High Environmental Club

Mar 31, 2022

Throw Back Thursday.  This week we are featuring the Harrison High School Environmental Club and Arts Club with the assistance of then Harrison’s 2nd Ward Councilman Anselmo Millan cleaned up the entrance to and exit of Route 280 by Harrison Avenue. But the clean-up was not just picking up litter it was transforming the entrance to the Town of Harrison for anyone coming off Route 280 with new landscaping, hardscaping, stonework, and a beautiful mural.  Here are some pictures of the mural that was painted over by town officials and the “Harrison” hardscape removed. 

Volunteers for the Clean up, Landscaping, and Hardscaping.  Then 2nd Ward Councilman Anselmo Millan is in the center on the first row.

 Harrison High School Arts Club student with the 2nd Ward Councilman Anselmo Millan

 Volunteers installing landscaping around the Harrison Hardscape.

Volunteers with the late Mayor Raymond J. McDonough and then 2nd Ward Councilman Anselmo Millan.

Harrison High School Arts Student (on left) and then 2nd Ward Counciman Anselmo Millan (on the right) working on the Welcome to Harrison mural with the Beehive of Industry logo.

New Jersey Transit Engineer and Operations Crew with Mayor Raymond J. McDonough front and center with then 2nd Ward Councilman Anselmo Millan to the left of Mayor McDonough.

Harrison Environmental Members at Harrison Fest Street Festival helping to keep the Streets Clean.