Cynthia Wilkerson along with her sons Remy Novack, 4, and his brother Leopold Novack, 7, volunteer their Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by planting native trees and shrubs at the Allison Springs reserve on Monday, Jan. 18. One of numerous service events offered throughout the region on Monday, the project was hosted by the Capitol Land Trust organization and City of Olympia.
Cynthia Wilkerson along with her sons Remy Novack, 4, and his brother Leopold Novack, 7, volunteer their Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by planting native trees and shrubs at the Allison Springs reserve on Monday, Jan. 18. One of numerous service events offered throughout the region on Monday, the project was hosted by the Capitol Land Trust organization and City of Olympia. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Cynthia Wilkerson along with her sons Remy Novack, 4, and his brother Leopold Novack, 7, volunteer their Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by planting native trees and shrubs at the Allison Springs reserve on Monday, Jan. 18. One of numerous service events offered throughout the region on Monday, the project was hosted by the Capitol Land Trust organization and City of Olympia. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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