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Enumclaw Garden Club digging in to make a difference Oct. 22

The Enumclaw Garden Club is sponsoring the sixth annual Make a Difference Day Saturday.

On Make A Difference Day, Enumclaw residents come together to improve Trailhead Park at Warner Street and state Route 410.

In the past, land has been cleared, shrubs, trees, grasses, flowers and ground cover have been planted and weeds are continually being removed. Additionally, a one-of-a-kind arbor has been constructed.

A master plan, designed by Maureen Courtney, is in place for the length of the trail and each year new trees will be planted and memorial benches will be positioned along the trail. Enumclaw has received a Blue Star Award for the trail.

Individuals and corporations are invited once again to bring work gloves and yard tools between 10 a.m. and noon to help improve the area. The group will meet at the park across the street at the Nazarene Church parking lot.

Refreshments will be provided.

For information, contact Marilyn Nelson 360-825-4157.

 

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