Washougal

Unite! Washougal Youth Coalition invite youth and their parents to join in planting red tulips and tying red ribbons around downtown Washougal this coming Saturday, October 20th, in preparation for Red Ribbon Week.

Washougal Mayor, Molly Coston, proclaimed October 23 – 31, 2018 as Red Ribbon Week in the city of Washougal, Washington. This proclamation was declared at the September 8th City Council Meeting. All citizens of Washougal are urged to join in special observance of Red Ribbon Week. (Official Proclamation included below).

Members of the Unite! Washougal Youth Coalition are “Planting the Promise” to keep Washougal drug free! Planting red tulips in the fall is a great way to participate in Red Ribbon Week. In the Spring the red tulips will serve as a reminder to Washougal residents that we live, work, and play in a beautiful, healthy and drug free community!

Participants need to complete a youth or adult waiver and must be turned in either to the City of Washougal or Deb Connors no later than 1pm on Friday October 19th.

What: Unite! Washougal Youth Coalition Community Project for Red Ribbon Week (planting red tulips and tying red ribbons)  *Must complete a waiver

When: Saturday, October 20th from 8:30am – 10:30am

Where: Downtown Washougal (meeting in front of Washougal Coffee Company – 1700 Main St #130, Washougal, WA 98671)

Who: Washougal youth, their parents, and other interested community members (those under 18 years of age will need to have a completed permission form and volunteer waiver form)

Contact: Deborah Connors, Unite! Washougal CPWI Coordinator, deborahconnors@unitewashougal.org or 360-713-1232

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