Pictured left to right: Olympia City Councilman Jim Cooper, Friendly Water for the World board chariman David Albert and Olympia Mayor Stephen Buxbaum are shown next to a BioSand Water Filter in the City Hall council chambers. The council issued a proclamation Oct. 13 in honor of the non-profit organization’s efforts to eliminate cholera at orphanages in Africa.
Pictured left to right: Olympia City Councilman Jim Cooper, Friendly Water for the World board chariman David Albert and Olympia Mayor Stephen Buxbaum are shown next to a BioSand Water Filter in the City Hall council chambers. The council issued a proclamation Oct. 13 in honor of the non-profit organization’s efforts to eliminate cholera at orphanages in Africa. Courtesy Friendly Water for the World
Pictured left to right: Olympia City Councilman Jim Cooper, Friendly Water for the World board chariman David Albert and Olympia Mayor Stephen Buxbaum are shown next to a BioSand Water Filter in the City Hall council chambers. The council issued a proclamation Oct. 13 in honor of the non-profit organization’s efforts to eliminate cholera at orphanages in Africa. Courtesy Friendly Water for the World

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