Taking pride in the parks

Photos by Scott Taylor
Posted 5/15/19

An estimated 1,000 volunteers spread out across Westminster streets, parks and open spaces May 11 for the annual Westminster Community Pride Day. Volunteers ranged from individual neighbors looking …

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Taking pride in the parks

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An estimated 1,000 volunteers spread out across Westminster streets, parks and open spaces May 11 for the annual Westminster Community Pride Day. Volunteers ranged from individual neighbors looking to clean up their area to service groups offering their hard work for the day. Afterwards, the city hosted a barbecue for pride day volunteers at the Westminster Recreation Center.

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