Anne Buck, owner of Buck’s Fifth Avenue, has been an outspoken supporter of a public toilet in downtown Olympia and has raised nearly $2,000 to get one. Displayed in her shop is a somewhat amusing donation station, complete with flushing sounds when you drop a coin into it.
Anne Buck, owner of Buck’s Fifth Avenue, has been an outspoken supporter of a public toilet in downtown Olympia and has raised nearly $2,000 to get one. Displayed in her shop is a somewhat amusing donation station, complete with flushing sounds when you drop a coin into it. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Anne Buck, owner of Buck’s Fifth Avenue, has been an outspoken supporter of a public toilet in downtown Olympia and has raised nearly $2,000 to get one. Displayed in her shop is a somewhat amusing donation station, complete with flushing sounds when you drop a coin into it. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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