Black Hills State University recently celebrated Earth Week 2009 with a number of activities, including a clean-up project in collaboration with city of Spearfish. From left are BHSU students Josh Cooke, sophomore mass communication major from Douglas; Holly Weig, junior mass communication major from Rapid City; Kelly Smith, sophomore Spanish major from Lead; Nathan Van Patten, junior outdoor education major from Marshall, Minn.; and Brie Covert, junior history major from Pablo, Mont. The students are members of the BHSU organization People for the Ethical Treatment of the Environment (P.E.T.E.)


Photo by Aaron Nelson, Black Hills Pioneer

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