“Leprechauns” Chide Burien City Council Over Cove To Clover Registration
Two costumed “Leprechauns,” along with two Cove to Clover organizers, “crashed” Monday night’s Burien City Council meeting to chide councilmembers to register for the March 14th 5k fundraiser race for the Highline Area Food Bank.
So far though, only one city employee has registered â€“ councilmember Lucy Krakowiak, who was rewarded with a commemorative snake last night.
As we reported Feb. 25th, this friendly registration “challenge” is being thrown down to the City of Burien in an attempt to offset city fees that are being charged to stage the charitable, non-profit, local fundraising event that’s being organized by a 100% volunteer committee.
And now, some eight days after the challenge was first issued, there’s still only one city employee/councilmember registered.
Here are some pics taken at last night’s leprechaun crashing:
For more information on the March 14th Cove to Clover 5k fundraiser race, including how you can register, click here to visit its website.