WMU-Cooley Law Joins Annual Capital City Clean Sweep Initiative

Students and staff from WMU-Cooley Law School’s Lansing campus participated in the 11th Annual Capital City Clean Sweep Tuesday, May 8. WMU-Cooley students and staff worked alongside students from Peckham, a career readiness program for people with disabilities.

Clean-up Team

Capital City Clean Sweep, presented by Capital Area Recycling and Trash, is an annual clean-up of a 34-block area that paves the way into annual spring cleaning tasks.


(Front row left-right) Julie Mullens, Cindy Hurst, Kristina Siettas, Alissa Raasch, Kim Aasa, Joe Nelson, (back row, left-right)  WMU-Cooley student Raquel Wollaston), Karen Poole, and Lisa Davis.


This year, the Clean Sweep focused on removing trash and debris in order to make way for mulch installation and sidewalk power-washing. In addition, 76 hanging baskets are set to be installed May 21.

May 16 2018


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