Everett Saturday Clean-Up Produced Positive Results

April 28, 2014

Events in Everett, Everett

McClain e-cycle photo

Photo credit McClain Insurance, Eric and Heidi Salzer

Comcast group photo

200 Comcast employees spruced up the Cascade Everett Boys and Girls Club. Photo credit Comcast

The cleanup and recycling projects we covered this weekend have produced some big numbers. Claudia McClain reports her office recycled 6,934 pounds of old electronics in just 4 hours. Meanwhile employees from Comcast worked at two sites in Everett. At Forest Park, more than 200 volunteers based from the Everett and Lynnwood Comcast call centers weeded, landscaped, spread thousands of pounds of wood chips, and planted over 3,000 plants and trees over the park. At the Cascade unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County off 75th street, another 200 employees, family members and friends from the Comcast field office in Everett volunteered to brighten, paint, landscape and otherwise improve the facilities and grounds, as well as remodel the technology lab. No numbers available from the document shredding event at Mountain Pacific Bank on Broadway in Everett but it appeared they filled three trucks.

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