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Campus Times
October 17, 1997


photo by Echelle Avelar

Iota Delta and Phi Delta Theta spent last weekend at San Dimas' Western Days. The fraternity and sorority split shifts picking up trash and relining trash boxes. Juniors Celina Rosas and Jessica Rios of Iota Delta came early for the Sunday morning shift. "After picking up trash all day you better believe I will never litter again," said Rios.


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