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Community service — can you dig it?

U.S. Congressman Adam Smith, D-District 9, digs a hole before planting a tree April 18 at Dash Point State Park in Federal Way. Smith joined Washington Service Corps, Federal Way AmeriCorps and King County Housing Authority volunteer teams for a one-day project to restore and spruce up parts of Dash Point State Park, which has more than 850,000 annual visitors. For more photos and information on last Friday’s project, see page A2. - Andy Hobbs/The Mirror
U.S. Congressman Adam Smith, D-District 9, digs a hole before planting a tree April 18 at Dash Point State Park in Federal Way. Smith joined Washington Service Corps, Federal Way AmeriCorps and King County Housing Authority volunteer teams for a one-day project to restore and spruce up parts of Dash Point State Park, which has more than 850,000 annual visitors. For more photos and information on last Friday’s project, see page A2.
— image credit: Andy Hobbs/The Mirror

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