CNCC cleans up part of Hwy. 64

Nearly 60 CNCC students and athletes worked together to clean up portions of Highway 64 near the campus on Nov. 4. COURTESY PHOTO

The cleanup was the first community outreach event of the semester for the Beta Epsilon Tau chapter at CNCC.
RANGELY | Nearly 60 students and athletes from Colorado Northwestern Community College came together Nov. 4, to clean up Highway 64 near campus. The Beta Epsilon Tau chapter of Phi Theta Kappa sponsors a stretch of the highway and cleans it every semester. That Sunday was not the sunniest of Colorado Sundays, but rain or shine the students were there to help keep Rangely beautiful. Some even found ways to make it educational.
This was one of the first community outreach events sponsored by the Beta Epsilon Tau chapter at CNCC this semester. The student led honor society sets semester and yearly goals to benefit the Rangely community through events like the highway cleanup and a food drive. The students will kick off the annual food drive event during the second home basketball game in November. Make sure to look for more details about the food drive and the types of items they want to collect.
If you are a CNCC student remember to check your mailbox and email for your invitation to join Phi Theta Kappa this semester. PTK members have access to discounts and scholarships available to members only. For more details reach out to the Beta Epsilon Tau chapter advisors at or

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