Prince Rupert Civic Pride says thanks for the planters

Editor:
Just a word concerning Civic Pride.

Editor:

Just a word concerning Civic Pride.

This is a “big thank-you” to all the “Planter People” – you did a great job – the planters were beautiful and we really appreciated your time and effort.

Now that we are coming to an end to the season we would ask you to clean out your planters – if it’s ready!

Thank-you all – and especially to Donna, our City Gardener, for all the hanging baskets on 3rd Ave – and the trees – they add so much to our City.

Thanks also to Tasha Parker and students for the banners, another great job! And lastly, thank-you to the City for all of the watering of our

planters.

We will be holding a City Clean-up and Civic Pride meeting soon. We will keep you posted.

Sincerely,

Charlotte Rowse

Civic Pride

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