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Posted April 24, 2009

The University of La Verne took part in Earth Day 2009 by hosting an environmental fair Wednesday.

This year’s celebration combined Earth Day, Greek Week and Commuter Day where more than 30 student clubs and vendors took part in the celebration on the Quad.

“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Reconsider” was the theme of the fair.

Students and community members were invited to attend the free event.

The first 200 commuter students received a free lunch and goodie bags.

“It’s about getting everyone to try and recognize that we all live here on this earth and even the smallest things can make a difference,” Charles Bentley, University spokesman, said.

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