Lowe’s Employes Give Community Service Project

PASCO,WA - Lowe's community improvement program, called "Lowe's Heroes", has chosen downtown Pasco's Peanuts Park and Pasco Farmers Market for their latest community improvement project.
They are pressure washing and painting all of the structures in the park, including cement half walls, wooden benches, and wooden permanent garbage containers. They are also planting beautiful bushes, trees, and plants in the flower beds around the park and near the market. This improvement to the Peanuts Park is exciting for all of the businesses nearby, including the Pasco Farmers Market.
This is an area that shoppers frequently walk through, but it has been sadly neglected and has become unattractive.
Employees from Lowe's donate their time for the Lowe's Heroes projects, and Lowe's donates all of the materials.
The City of Pasco is also contributing to this project, by repairing the leaking, underground water pipes that lead to the large cement fountain (which has been turned off for a very long time). They started work Sept. 10 . This date is appropriate for reaching out to improve our area with community service projects, doing selfless acts in honor of 9/11.
A brief description of the "Lowe's Heroes" volunteer program (from their website) states:
"Each year Lowe's Heroes volunteer program helps to improve the communities where Lowe's employees work and live. Together, each store team identifies a community improvement project that will make a difference in their community, such as working with Habitat for Humanity® or a local public school. While projects vary by location, Lowe's Heroes volunteers share a common goal to make their communities better places to live."
The Pasco Farmers Market and Downtown Pasco Development Authority are thrilled and thankful to be honored by Lowe's Heroes volunteer program.

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