Exiled to the Red River ...

Hey. It's time to start thinking about helping to clean the trash out of the Spokane River, okay? You wanna do something about it? Huh? Do you?Exiled to the Red River: Chief Spokane Garry (Trailblazer Books) Dave Jackson, Neta Jacksonlinks §amazon §alibris">http://www.alibris.com/search/detail.cfm%253FS%253DR%2526isbn%253D076422235X">alibris §booksense §google §powells Inland Northwest Trails Coalition - Spokane River Cleanup: Spokane's 4th annual River Clean-Up event is scheduled for October 7, 2006, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at High Bridge Park. Partnering in the event are Kendall Yards, Avista Utilities, Friends of the Falls, and the City of Spokane.In 2005, 525 volunteers removed over 9 tons of litter from the riverbanks. This year organizers are building a river awareness component into the event by including informational and interactive booths in High Bridge Park. In addition, there will be vendors offering reasonably priced lunch fare. SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 2006 Meet at High Bridge Park. Volunteers are encouraged to use alternative transportation, as parking is limited. A staffed, secure bike corral will be available on site.Okay? So clean up the trash. Because have you seen it down there?Also, why are you throwing your trash into the Spokane River? Oh. Um. And. By the way. It would sure appreciate it if the solid waste department did something about dumping raw sewage into the river as well. Because that is totally lame when that happens. I promise to pay my sewer bill if you do something about this. If you don't? Well. Don't say I didn't warn you.Listening to “Inner To The Outer *” by Smoosh from the album She Like Electric on Tags: clean | cleanup | solidwaste | river | sewage | solid | spokane | spokaneriver | waste. [...]

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