Elk on the Trail update

A big thank you to the entire community for your support.

There is so much excitement about our Elk heard, we wanted to give an update and tell you about us.

The Enumclaw Garden Club is a non-profet 501c(3) organization, established in 1922. As a nonprofit, we strive to serve the needs of the Enumclaw community. Throughout the years EGC has created and maintained many projects within the Enumclaw community, such as establishing and maintaining the Foothills Trailhead, Blue Star marker, picnic tables with benches, free standing benches and the arbor. In addition we added the Pony at Dwight Garrett Park. We continue to maintain and plant flowers at the City Hall, the Senior Center, and VFW Memorial.

Our current project is the Elk on the Trail, which is nearly completed. The overall response has been so positive! We continue our fundraising as we had unexpected expenses due to the need to hire certified welders to grind out the original welding and re-weld the Elk again to ensure the safety of the community.

We want to thank the community for their continued support and everyone that has contributed to the Elk on the Trail project.

Enumclaw Garden Club

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