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FUSION volunteers spruce up NE Tacoma homes

FUSION volunteers planted shrubbery and flowers April 30 in a spring makeover of the charity
FUSION volunteers planted shrubbery and flowers April 30 in a spring makeover of the charity's NE Tacoma properties.
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Friends United to Shelter the Indigent, Oppressed and Needy (FUSION) held a grand landscaping project April 30 at its three-home complex in NE Tacoma. Volunteers (pictured above) planted shrubbery and flowers in a spring makeover of the properties. The project is in conjunction with an Umpqua Bank Community Action campaign. FUSION serves homeless families in the area. To learn more, visit fusionfederalway.org.

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