Projects ranged from trash pickup and beautification to organizing donations and delivering food bank groceries.
SEATTLE — The City of Seattle says around 4,000 people registered for the first “One Seattle Day of Service event” Saturday, participating in a range of community service projects across the city.
Projects were organized through partnerships between the City of Seattle and community groups, business associations, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities and other agencies. They ranged from cleaning, beautification, gardening and restoration to helping neighbors in need through grocery packing and donation organizing.
Mayor Bruce Harrell attended several of the events to connect with constituents, including
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