Followup: Tox-Ick Monster finds new foes at Sanislo

Our photos are courtesy of diver/photographer Laura James, who was there as Sustainable West Seattle‘s toxic-runoff-fighting Tox-Ick Monster presentation brought in a big crowd at Sanislo Elementary on Thursday night – beating, Laura says, the 50-person goal, which means that an environmental project at Sanislo gets a $1,000 donation. Everybody who came was a winner – free pizza, free native plants:

And you can join the fight too – next chance, 7 pm March 22nd at West Seattle High School, which also gets a $1,000 grant if at least 50 adult community members turn out for the presentation!

3 Replies to "Followup: Tox-Ick Monster finds new foes at Sanislo"

  • lk March 9, 2012 (1:08 am)

    Thank you to all who attended. Our kids, our Sanislo/Puget Ridge wetlands, and ultimately The Sound appreciates all of you for taking the time.

  • Principal Ernie Seevers March 9, 2012 (4:41 pm)

    Thank all those who have joined the effort to battle the toxic runoff threat.
    I’m proud of our children and their families and our neighbors who are part of this effort.
    To help restore the health of the source of Puget Creek: Join your neighbors pn the 4 th Saturday each month at Sanislo Elementary in the restoration work party.
    Call 252-8380 for more details

  • Bill March 10, 2012 (4:01 pm)

    Way to go, San-is-lo! Fight the Tox-ick!

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