Members of UB 8 Count, a majorette/hiphop dance group, and other student volunteers are ready to plant trees and do cleanup along William Gaiter Parkway in East Buffalo.
Tool Library founder Darren Cotton carries bags containing 500 daffodil bulbs to be planted along East Delavan Avenue and around the "Welcome to Buffalo's Masten District" sign.
Phil Chen (left) and Daisy Chu, both juniors majoring in business administration, break ground to plant the daffodil bulbs.
Jim Jones of Go Bike Buffalo and a member of the Tool Library, walks down William L. Gaiter Parkway. "I'm on my way to plant some trees," he said.
Jeilynn Guerrero, a sophomore psychology major, and her buddy Ahmya McMillan, a sophomore studying legal studies and sociology, walk down East Delavan Avenue to plant trees along William Gaiter Parkway. The pair is part of UB 8 Count.
UB students clean up the golf course at South Park in Lackawanna, clearing out trash and sticks and other debris to make the jobs of the maintenance crew easier.
Taking a break from cleaning up the South Park golf course are (from left) Annu Priya, a first-year graduate student studying data science; Del Hart, a junior aerospace engineering student; Ankita Shome, a junior studying economics; and Malika Sultonova, a senior biomedical sciences major. "We're helping the groundskeepers," Malika says.
Heading back to campus after cleaning up trash on Winspear Avenue are (from left) Storiya Iqbal, a senior biomedical engineering major; Zara Braimah, a sophomore majoring in chemistry; Chloe Seyfert, a sophomore majoring in IT; and Ahmed Chowdhury, a freshman computer science major.
Published October 19, 2022