WRENTHAM — Town Administrator Kevin Sweet is pleased to announce that the Town of Wrentham presented certificates of appreciation to the Walpole-based League School of Greater Boston recently.
The certificates were presented to the League School, including several students in the Vocational Program, for their ongoing landscaping efforts around Wrentham town center.
“Wrentham is very fortunate to be working with the school and these exceptional vocational students,” said Wrentham selectman Joe Botaish, who presented each student with a certificate of appreciation during a ceremony held in Walpole. “Their efforts are having a big impact, and residents are taking notice.”
Through their Vocational Program, led by Job Coach Selena Zubrowski, League School students have been working to beautify the Town Common, Sweatt Park and other prominent areas in Wrentham. Efforts have included watering new trees, weeding, spreading mulch and fertilizing.
“We were able to plant many new trees and flowers this year in the downtown area, and the kids have helped every step of the way,” said Rebecca Zitomer, Chairperson of the Wrentham Landscape Committee. “We are lucky to have Ms. Zubrowski and her students as part of our collaborative community efforts.”
The Vocational Department at the League School focuses on a variety of activities for students as young as 12 years old.
“We are always looking for ways to improve our community and make life better for our residents, and the work that was done by these talented students certainly did that,” Town Administrator Sweet said. “On behalf of the entire Town, I thank the League School and everyone involved in the landscaping project for their hard work.”
For more information on the League School’s Vocational Program, click here.