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Young men from Sheboygan South H.S. recognized by police for volunteering to shovel sidewalks

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SHEBOYGAN — The Sheboygan Police Department is praising a group of students from Sheboygan South High School for their hard work shoveling snow for those in need!

According to police, Friday, December 23rd, the group of young men volunteered to help shovel sidewalks of abandoned homes and homes of those who are unable to clear them on their own.

Sheboygan police posted to their Facebook page:

“It was great to see these kids work together and hear the praises of community members who watched them help out. Thank you South High for encouraging your students to help out the community!!”

Awesome work guys!



  • confused

    Awesome! Happy that there are still kids who care and have respect :) Maybe there is hope for the future youth yet, at least for these young people. Great job kids !

  • Shelley Heinemann

    All of the students who attended Sheboygan South High School participated in two hours of giving back to the community. What a wonderful opportunity the school provided these youth!

  • Outstanding

    Wow!!!!! This is amazing. These young people have no idea what an impact they have made! Thank you for you renewing my faith in today’s youth.

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