Key Club officers from area high schools volunteered their time to paint trash cans for the beaches. Participating are, from left, Shana Bourgeois, Stone County; Emily Wright, Harrison Central; Rose Boone, Pascagoula; Isabella Millerite, Resurrection; Emma Ballard, Stone County; Tyler Schumock, Pascagoula; Valencia Suite, Pascagoula; Rose Bourne, Pascagoula; David Rayburn, Gautier; Esmond Tsang, Biloxi; Faith Nguyen, Biloxi; and Kelly Chu, Biloxi.
Key Club officers from area high schools volunteered their time to paint trash cans for the beaches. Participating are, from left, Shana Bourgeois, Stone County; Emily Wright, Harrison Central; Rose Boone, Pascagoula; Isabella Millerite, Resurrection; Emma Ballard, Stone County; Tyler Schumock, Pascagoula; Valencia Suite, Pascagoula; Rose Bourne, Pascagoula; David Rayburn, Gautier; Esmond Tsang, Biloxi; Faith Nguyen, Biloxi; and Kelly Chu, Biloxi. Courtesy Jean Benoit
Key Club officers from area high schools volunteered their time to paint trash cans for the beaches. Participating are, from left, Shana Bourgeois, Stone County; Emily Wright, Harrison Central; Rose Boone, Pascagoula; Isabella Millerite, Resurrection; Emma Ballard, Stone County; Tyler Schumock, Pascagoula; Valencia Suite, Pascagoula; Rose Bourne, Pascagoula; David Rayburn, Gautier; Esmond Tsang, Biloxi; Faith Nguyen, Biloxi; and Kelly Chu, Biloxi. Courtesy Jean Benoit

Key Club officers brush up on their cleanup skills

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