The Daily Item
LEWISBURG — Bucknell University’s annual Neighborhood Thaw Out in the Lewisburg area will be held April 5, from 3 to 5 p.m. and April 6, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
“The groups will be working in downtown Lewisburg at different businesses and organizations,” said Lynn Pierson, assistant director for community service at Bucknell.
“This gives the students, downtown businesses and organizations an opportunity to come together in very positive interaction. Most of the Thaw Out projects are cleaning, painting and mulching.”
Specific indoor clean-up projects on Friday include the patio and garden at Packwood House Museum, the community room at Meadowview, the kitchen at St. Paul’s Church, the garage at Bull Run Inn, and windows at Slifer House. Outdoor projects are scheduled for the Bucknell Landing dock, Mariah’s Garden, Elmcroft, Dreamcatcher Farm, and the Donald Heiter Center.
Saturday’s indoor clean-up projects include tables, chairs, stairs and mezzanine at the Campus Theatre, the community room at Essex Place, and painting windows at St. Paul’s Church. Outdoor projects are scheduled at the Lewisburg Community Garden, the Lewisburg Pool and Park, and a highway cleanup on Route 15 from Dunkin’ Donuts to Damon’s Grill.