Lights out … and put away


Courtesy photo Northmor JOG and Youth Safety Council made their annual trip to the Columbus Zoo last month. They volunteered to pack up Christmas lights. Students sorted and checked box after box of lights by color and made sure all were working. The lights were than wrapped and color coded and packed in boxes of the same color. The lights will be stored until put back up in August for the annual Christmas lights program. Donivan Harkness, grounds maintenance manager at the Columbus Zoo, said Northmor students are one of the hardest working groups of volunteers he sees. They will be back at the zoo March 26 to deal with more lights.

Courtesy photo Northmor JOG and Youth Safety Council made their annual trip to the Columbus Zoo last month. They volunteered to pack up Christmas lights. Students sorted and checked box after box of lights by color and made sure all were working. The lights were than wrapped and color coded and packed in boxes of the same color. The lights will be stored until put back up in August for the annual Christmas lights program. Donivan Harkness, grounds maintenance manager at the Columbus Zoo, said Northmor students are one of the hardest working groups of volunteers he sees. They will be back at the zoo March 26 to deal with more lights.


COLUMBUS — Northmor JOG and Youth Safety Council made their annual trip to the Columbus Zoo last month. They volunteered to pack up Christmas lights. Students sorted and checked box after box of lights by color and made sure all were working. The lights were than wrapped and color coded and packed in boxes of the same color. The lights will be stored until put back up in August for the annual Christmas lights program. Donivan Harkness, grounds maintenance manager at the Columbus Zoo, said Northmor students are one of the hardest working groups of volunteers he sees. They will be back at the zoo March 26 to deal with more lights.

Courtesy photo Northmor JOG and Youth Safety Council made their annual trip to the Columbus Zoo last month. They volunteered to pack up Christmas lights. Students sorted and checked box after box of lights by color and made sure all were working. The lights were than wrapped and color coded and packed in boxes of the same color. The lights will be stored until put back up in August for the annual Christmas lights program. Donivan Harkness, grounds maintenance manager at the Columbus Zoo, said Northmor students are one of the hardest working groups of volunteers he sees. They will be back at the zoo March 26 to deal with more lights.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2020/03/web1_Northmor-JOG-Columbus.jpgCourtesy photo Northmor JOG and Youth Safety Council made their annual trip to the Columbus Zoo last month. They volunteered to pack up Christmas lights. Students sorted and checked box after box of lights by color and made sure all were working. The lights were than wrapped and color coded and packed in boxes of the same color. The lights will be stored until put back up in August for the annual Christmas lights program. Donivan Harkness, grounds maintenance manager at the Columbus Zoo, said Northmor students are one of the hardest working groups of volunteers he sees. They will be back at the zoo March 26 to deal with more lights.