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PHOTO GALLERY: Cleaning up after MU's 100th Homecoming

Sunday, October 16, 2011 | 5:45 p.m. CDT
Members of Farmhouse Fraternity tear down their Homecoming decorations Sunday. Cleanup involved tearing down the Bourbon Street-themed display as well as removing the straw and garbage around it.

Various community organizations participated in the post-Homecoming cleanup, which included collecting trash, washing windows and taking down decorations.

Doug Erickson, Jimmy Nkurunziza, Joe Battles and Terri Erickson of Seventh-day Adventist Church clean the bleachers at Faurot Field on Sunday. Seventh-day Adventist Church helps with cleanup after home games as a fundraiser.
Alexis Cline, left, and Sophie Wilensky sit in the back of the truck that they were using to collect trash from the parking lots outside of Faurot Field on Sunday morning. The Central Methodist University Spirit Squad helps clean up after some football games in order to raise money for its team.
Sophie Wilensky, left, and Alexis Cline take a break from collecting trash from the parking lots outside of Faurot Field on Sunday morning. The Central Methodist University Spirit Squad began cleaning up the lots during the football game on Saturday and resumed at 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
Allie Bock cleans the Homecoming decorations from the windows of Quinton's Bar and Deli on Sunday. The windows advertised the 100th anniversary of MU Homecoming.

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