Day of Caring project draws Microsoft, other volunteers

September 15, 2009

By Greg Farrar

Laurie Litwack (left), an anti-Malware team employee of Microsoft, and Cynthia Welti, executive director for Mountains to Sound Greenway, dig up the roots of invasive plants Sept. 11 during a Day of Caring project for the Mountains to Sound Greenway, to restore an Issaquah Creek area at Lake Sammamish State Park. About 30 Microsoft employees worked at the site, and more than 200 worked at four sites along the Interstate 90 corridor.By Greg Farrar

Laurie Litwack (left), an anti-Malware team employee of Microsoft, and Cynthia Welti, executive director for Mountains to Sound Greenway, dig up the roots of invasive plants Sept. 11 during a Day of Caring project for the Mountains to Sound Greenway, to restore an Issaquah Creek area at Lake Sammamish State Park. About 30 Microsoft employees worked at the site, and more than 200 worked at four sites along the Interstate 90 corridor. By Greg Farrar

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