Sunday, September 29, 2013

Members of Redmond church participate in day of service

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Members of the Redmond Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints lay gravel down along the Powerline Trail in Redmond.

- image credit: Courtesy Photo

Members of the Redmond Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently participated in a day of service in which more than 100 people participated.

The first project was along the Powerline Trail through Farell-McWhirter park, where 45 volunteers working with City of Redmond arborist Chris Tolonen laid gravel along a half mile of the trail.

The next project was at the Friendly Village mobile home park. Two weeks prior to the day of service, a boy working on his Eagle Scout badge re-painted the white address rectangles on the cement. On the day of service, more than 100 participants - over the course of three hours - painted the numbers back on using stencils. Once that was complete volunteers began weeding and washing windows.

Source: Redmond-reporter

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