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Job Corps students assisted with clean-up today

*Feature Photo: Wind River Job Corps Students cleaned up around Rocky Mountain Hall early today in the S and A Transporation Department sponsored clean-up. (WRJC / Pitchengine Communities) * (Fort Washakie) - Twelve Wind River Job Corps Students and three staff members assisted with the "Earth Day" cleanup sponsored by the Shoshone and Arapaho Tribal Transportation Department. Heading out from Rocky Mountain Hall, the WRJC crew worked to the Tribal Station, along North Fork Road, to Hynds Corner and at Charlietown, all before lunch. [image: Inline image 1] *Tory Shavehead cleaned a ditch south of Fort Washakie. (WRJC / Pitchengine Communities) * "I'm out here to do a clean-up and hopefully let people know its not cool to litter," said Tory Shavehead, 17, of Fort Washakie and a Job Corps Student. "I want to give back to my community." Shavehead has been at the Job Corps Center the last four weeks and is interested in joining a carpentry program there. The Tribal Transportation Department was also sponsoring cleanups in Ethete out of Blue Sky Hall and at Arapahoe out of Great Plains Hall. [image: Inline image 3] *WRJC students at Blue Sky Hall. (WRJC / Pitchengine Communities)* [image: Inline image 4] *WRPD Officer Tyler Stream helped out, too. (WRJC / Pitchengine Communities)* [image: Inline image 2] *Even Dave was there with gloves on and stashing trash. (WRJC /