Brick High School Students Help Flooded Seniors with Cleanup

BRICK-Students from Brick Memorial and Brick Township High Schools rolled up their sleeves and helped the senior community of Greenbriar clean up after flooding damaged their homes on Monday.

Members of the Brick Memorial Key Club and the football teams of both schools were on hand to assist the U.S. Coast Guard and Dwyer Heating and Air Conditioning aid the seniors affected by the flood.

BHMS Key Club advisor, school teacher Anne Marie Tarnowski helped out in the effort and thanked the student volunteers for their time.


“Lots of helpers today in the flooded section of Greenbriar I,” Tarnowski said. “We cleaned out furniture and appliances, ripped up floors and dragged bag after bag to the curb. So sad. Lots more work to be done.”

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Other volunteers pitched in to help the community this week.

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Photos by Anne Marie Tarnowski.

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