Brightening up the Kent Post Office gardens

  • Monday, April 10, 2017 11:25am
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Kelly Tolonen, Belen Elliot and Silas Tuthill, from left to right, plant flowers donated by Kent East Hill Nursery and McLendon’s Hardware on April 1 at the Kent Post Office on the East Hill.

Members of the college-career group at Eastridge Baptist Church recently volunteered to clean up the gardens in front of the Kent Post Office, 10612 SE 240th St., on the East Hill.

Kelly Tolonen, Belen Elliot and Silas Tuthill planted flowers on April 1 donated by Kent East Hill Nursery and McLendon’s Hardware. The three are preparing for a summer mission trip to Greece.

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