Jake George and Jasper Wyman, Chief Sealth International High School students, showed up to help out with one of Saturday’s community-powered cleanups, at and around the Walking on Logs sculptures at the Fauntleroy end of the West Seattle Bridge. “They did a serious amount of weed-whacking,” says Nancy Driver, who shared the photos:
Nancy says she and the Walking On Logs Landscape Restoration Group – who comprised the rest of the volunteer turnout – REALLY appreciated their help, and want to say a big, public THANKS!
Something you might notice next time you drive past the site – the WOL sign “got a good scrubbing yesterday and is now much brighter and more readable, thanks to Sharonn Meeks,” Nancy adds:
That’s Sharonn at left, and Deb Barker in the background pulling invasive morning-glory vines. Overall, Nancy summarizes, “We filled one bag with trash and around 15 bags of plant waste. Others at the cleanup were Jim and Dee Dean and Steven Butts.” The WOL area is volunteer-maintained and can use a lot more help, especially from those who use it for promotions; to get involved with the restoration/maintenance effort, contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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