WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A Purdue University student group spent the morning cleaning upthe New Chauncey neighborhood in West Lafayette.
The Purdue Society of Non-Theists walked along picking up trashfrom sidewalks and yards.
The project is part of National Secular Service Day.
President of the Society of Non-Theists Jennifer McCreight sayscleaning up the neighborhood is a way to give back to thecommunity.
"Various secular groups across the country and the world aregoing out and volunteering in the community basically to show thateven people who aren't religious can be moral and ethical and careabout the community," said Jennifer McCreight.
McCreight says in addition to the neighborhood cleanup the groupis collecting food for a food drive with the goal of gathering morethan 100 pounds.
Inventions were built by Purdue mechanical engineering students for a final class project.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly has traveled around the state throughout the week talking with workers at automotive plants.
A man wanted for burglary and theft has been found thanks to an anonymous tip.