BeltLine CleanUp!

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Georgia Tech’s Acts of Kindness Volunteered on Saturday, March 5th to help another Georgia Tech group with their efforts to clean up a stretch of the Atlanta Beltline. Pictured above is Acts of Kindness Executive member, Eleanor Eason, David Hernandez, Acts of Kindness Executive member, Bryan Liberman, Nick Padula, and Acts of Kindness President Heather Johnston.

We learned a lot about identifying invasive plant species, speculating about homeless villages, discovering sharp bamboo is, and discovering how frustrating picking up what felt like hundreds of individually wrapped mini-reese’s cups were.

Acts of Kindness (AoK) is a small group at Georgia Tech who are focused on fostering a sense of community on campus. However, this doesn’t mean that our reach only extends to the perimeter of campus.

For more information on how to be involved with GT AoK’s, e-mail We’d love to have you!

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