HIlltop students, parents do service projects

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Every month a different grade at Hilltop County Day School has spearheaded a community service project and invited the entire school, parents included, to join.

Each service project starts out with an informal gathering of Hilltop families to simply meet, connect, and have fun.

A few examples of our service projects this year:

Trash pick-up and trail maintenance at Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management Area around Ryker Lake.

Helping to unload Toys for Tots trailers at Project Self-Sufficiency.

Family Fun day with Pass-It-Along.

Adopted Ungerman Park and Station Park as part of the New Jersey Clean Waterways.

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