Southold students in service

Diego Albizures, 17, of Greenport and Adam Meier, 20, of
Mattituck, plant flower seedlings as part of a service project
for Global Youth Service Day.

Young people from all across Southold took part in Global Youth Service day Friday at the Charnews Farm, part of the Peconic Land Trust network. They took on several projects, including  planting flower seedlings, grounds clean-up and preparing garden beds for planting. Global Youth Service Day is the largest service event in the world with participants in all 50 states and 84 countries.  Southold’s youth bureau partners with the Peconic Land Trust in putting on the event, designed to teach young people to improve their communities through public service. Adam Meier, 20, of Mattituck, and Diego Albizures, 17, of Greenport busied themselves inside the barn planting flower seeds. 

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