Sebastian River High School Band Helps Hurricane Irma Clean Up

Sebastian River High School band members help clean up neighborhood.
Sebastian River High School band members help clean up neighborhood. (Photo: SRHS Band)

SEBASTIAN, Florida – The Sebastian River High School Band started a community service project Thursday by helping with some yard clean up caused by Hurricane Irma.

The neighborhood consists mainly of elderly people close to the Environmental Learning Center.

At 4:00 p.m., members of the high school band were cleaning debris in the “Little Orchid Island” community.

“We have an opportunity to give back to our community as there is a neighborhood that could use our help with some yard clean up,” the notice said, which was sent out to the SRHS band members.

Cleaning up piles of debris left by Hurricane Irma.
Cleaning up piles of debris left by Hurricane Irma. (Photo: SRHS Band)
Band members helping to rake leaves and other debris. (Photo: SRHS Band)

Everyone showed up wearing their blue band shirts with rakes and gloves to help clean up the Hurricane Irma debris.

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