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  • Seventy-five members of the Student Affairs staff at Kenyon College were working in Mount Vernon Monday on community affairs projects. This fence is around a community garden owned by the First Church of the Nazarene and received a fresh coat of paint by the football coaching staff. At left is new head football coach Chris Monfiletto and looking through the fence is Brian Stroup, line coach. Other members of the staff were at four Head Start locadtions, Hospice of Knox County and Brown Family Enviornmental Center. style=

    Helping out around town

    Seventy-five members of the Student Affairs staff at Kenyon College were working in Mount Vernon Monday on community affairs projects. This fence is around a community garden owned by the First Church of the Nazarene and received a fresh coat of paint by the football coaching staff. At left is new head football coach Chris Monfiletto and looking through the fence is Brian Stroup, line coach. Other members of the staff were at four Head Start locadtions, Hospice of Knox County and Brown Family Enviornmental Center. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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