In May, students from the Shoshone Bannock Healthy Empowered Youth (HEY) program offered yard clean-up services to elders in their community. Studentsborrowed lawn mowers, rakes, and a trailer, and spent the day mowing and planting flowers at two elder’s homes. Afterwards they shared a meal, and askedthe homeowner about their life. Check out the We R Native Facebook page to see beforeand after photos!
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