Some 25 (or so) volunteers gathered in the seemingly relentless rain Saturday morning (March 18) as part of a new grassroots effort called ‘Clean Up Burien,’ and collected 500-600 pounds of trash in the downtown area. “This morning was a huge success!” Organizer Christine Lopez told The B-Town Blog. “I was amazed at the turnout we had despite the pouring down rain. We ended up having about 25 people leave the comfort of their warm, dry homes and come out into the cold rain to help clean up the city.” Volunteers met at Town Square Park at 9 a.m., and from there spread out throughout the downtown area to collect garbage. Burien Press provided coffee to help them start the morning. Discover Burien, The City of Burien and Dr. Kenney were kind enough to donate some supplies. “I’m looking forward to our next clean up in May, with hopefully a little better weather,” Christine added. More info atÂ https://www.facebook.com/events/1261595447262146/, or to help at the next event, emailÂ [email protected].]]>
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