La Voz de la Comunidad helps maintain historic garden

La Voz de la Comunidad (The Voice of the Community), a branch of the nonprofit Lower Columbia Hispanic Council, has voted to help maintain the Tidal Rock Garden, adopted by local artist Jessica Schlief, as their summer community project. On Saturday, an excited group showed up to help maintain the park and learn more about the area. The Blue Scorcher Bakery and Fort George provided snacks and drinks for the volunteers.

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