Earth Day Downtown Issaquah Clean-Up

April 29, 2014

By Greg Farrar

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Cody Runner, 7, a Black Nugget Road resident, helps put petunias in pots April 26 at the Hailstone Feed Store for the Downtown Issaquah Association’s annual Earth Day Spring Clean-up. More than 200 volunteers from many community groups signed up to help clean up eight locations around town. Lowe’s donated marigolds, violas, petunias and snapdragons and the twenty 10-gallon pots, which were put in front of businesses on Front Street. By Greg Farrar / The Issaquah Press

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One Response to “Earth Day Downtown Issaquah Clean-Up”

  1. Debbie Berto on May 4th, 2014 7:49 am

    First, the event was CO-SPONSORED by DIA and Kiwanis. Second, Lowe’s did not contribute all the flowers & pots – Kiwanis paid nearly $400 for them, although that was a discounted rate. And there were nearly 300 volunteers, according to Karen Donovan.

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