Rutherford High School has a new slogan.
"Tight like this, tight like a family," said Dondrayas Harris, Rutherford's safety.
"Tight like a family?
"That's what we are looking for," said Harris.
Family and pride is something that the Springfield and Rutherford communities will be hearing a lot more of.
"To go to Rutherford is something special," said Dondrayas' twin brother Dondrell Harris. "Since its part of us,we are the school basically, we've got to show ram pride."
"I think it's great we all coming together as a community and just coming to help make the school look beautiful," said Dondrayas.
Pride is defined as taking satisfaction from something that you accomplish, and Saturday several groups were doing just that with rakes, mowers and shovels.
"Well, its a sense of team pride community pride and family pride," said Rutherford Head Coach Alvin Dempsey. "We've got great facilities over here and I want these guys to know the greatness that they are a part of."
"Everybody is joining together to make the school a better place its a wonderful thing to see," said Rutherford principal Lennis Pilson.
Pilson says the push to organize a clean up came from the newly hired coach who is already showing Ram pride.
"We are also excited about the excitement that Coach Dempsey is bringing to the program," said Pilson. "All the kids out here they are exciting about being a part of Ram pride."
"When I told the guys about it they were all excited and they were all in and you can see the turn out," said Dempsey.
High Praise Church, Rutherford's Spanish club and cheerleading squad turned out, among others.
"Springfield is coming together, making this field look beautiful and that's going to help our football team come together as one. It wont be no separate offense and defense we will be a whole family so that's going to help us out," said Harris.
The first day of school for Bay County will be Monday August 20th.