Students and Staff Celebrate Earth Day at Atlantic Cape Community College

Student Government Association members, from left to right, Israel Negron II of Hammonton, and cousins Katherine Melo of Mays Landing, and Esperliss Melo of Egg Harbor Township, raise awareness about NO MORE, a movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault, during Earth Day, April 21.

Student Government Association members, from left to right, Israel Negron II of Hammonton, and cousins Katherine Melo of Mays Landing, and Esperliss Melo of Egg Harbor Township, raise awareness about NO MORE, a movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault, during Earth Day, April 21.

Atlantic Cape Community College celebrated Earth Day, April 21, with a variety of activities organized by the Student Government Association at its Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.

Student clubs participated with Earth-friendly displays, and other highlights included games, giveaways, an inflatable obstacle course and a Zumba dance session.

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