Sophia and Natalie DeMarco worked at the Hope Lutheran Church’s Hope Garden during last year’s Beautify Enumclaw event. The garden provides fresh produce to the Plateau Outreach Ministries’ food bank. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Sophia and Natalie DeMarco worked at the Hope Lutheran Church’s Hope Garden during last year’s Beautify Enumclaw event. The garden provides fresh produce to the Plateau Outreach Ministries’ food bank. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Beautify Buckley event cancelled due to air quality

The Beautify Enumclaw event is still happening.

Due to poor air quality, the Beautify Buckley event — scheduled to begin 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Buckley Youth Center — is cancelled.

The Beautify Enumclaw event is still rearing to go, however, and you can participate by arriving at the Enumclaw Six-Plex at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.

For more information on the event, click here.


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