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From left, Web developer Mehul Patel, electronic funds service representative Joyce Paluszkiewicz, marketing specialist Adam Ortiz and electronic funds service representative Jane Hogeland participated in the April 24 effort.

A group of 23 employees of the $1.2 billion American Heritage Federal Credit Union helped Route 13 (Frankford Avenue) clean up its act by participating in the Adopt-a-Highway program on a two-mile stretch of road in Philadelphia. American Heritage plans to participate in the cleanup four times this year.

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