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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Images from Today's Earthday/Everyday Event

Shoppers Browse at the Shoreline Community Backyard
Wildlife Project booth. The project and city will be receiving
its official certification at a presentation at City
Council this Monday night. 
Shoreline Sponsored their sixth annual Earthday/Everyday Event today at Central Market. 

Many groups were represented and hundreds of citizens lined up for the free Vine Maple trees and worm Compost give-aways by the City of Shoreline.

Maryn Wynne of Shoreline Solar Project
introduces speakers at grand opening.
Cleanscapes celebrated Earthday with an announcement of a Ten Thousand Dollar Award for a 3 neighborhood district that had the best record for reducing waste for the second year in a row.
The winner was the Parkwood, Westminster, Highland Terrace area.

Shoppers browse at Kruckeberg Botanical Garden booth

Chris Martin, CEO of Cleanscapes awards the $10K
]prize to the winning neighborhood

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