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Employees Volunteer for Chester Clean-Up Day

More than 25 Crozer-Keystone employees volunteered to clean up one of the key entranceways to the Chester community – the area near exit 5 off of Interstate 95 – on Sept. 2.

The clean-up was coordinated by the Institute for Economic Development in Chester, of which CKHS is a member, and was done in partnership with Widener University and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Volunteers reported to Crozer-Chester Medical Center early Saturday morning, where they received safety training, and were then transported to the site. The volunteers picked up trash on both the northbound and southbound sides of Interstate 95. The Chester Police Department provided an officer to direct traffic and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation assisted with collecting trash bags that the volunteers filled.

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