Breckenridge Texan

Buckaroo football team helps clean up city

Buckaroo football team helps clean up city
October 05
06:43 2018

The Breckenridge High School football team got in a different kind of workout Tuesday evening as they spread out across the city to help clean up the community.

The City of Breckenridge provided the team with suggested locations around town that were especially in need of cleaning up, and they went to work picking up all sorts of trash that had been illegally dumped.

Noah Gray, the Code Enforcement Officer for the City of Breckenridge, submitted the following thank you letter for the team’s work:

Dear Editor,

The City of Breckenridge would like to thank Coach Casey Hubble and the 2018 Varsity Breckenridge Buckaroos for showing their community spirit by coming together and helping.

On Tuesday, October 2, 2018, the varsity football team went out and performed a city-wide clean up. They went to problem areas around town and hauled off everything from lumber, mattresses, couches and chairs. These types of things are always appreciated and build character for these young men.

Thank you,

Noah Gray
Code Enforcement Officer
City of Breckenridge

For information about how groups or organizations can provide a community service by helping to clean up trash, call the City Offices at 254-559-8287.

Breckenridge Buckaroo football players, left to right, Zach Smith, Kelton Wylie, and Kelsey Gallegos load trash on a trailer Tuesday evening during their city-wide clean up project. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: During the team’s clean-up project Tuesday night, Breckenridge High School football players, left to right, Jimmy McKay, Zach Smith, Kelton Wylie, and Kelsey Gallegos pick up trash that had been illegally dumped. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/ Breckenridge Texan)

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