March 25, 2011 in News
Dan Pelle photo

Lewis and Clark High School drama students, Liz Connelly, 17, and Jon (cq) O’Grady hang messages on one of six trees along 6th Avenue between Washington and Stevens Streets, March 25, 2011 in Spokane, Wash. After hearing about the Spokane Public Schools’ replanting project, Nancy MacKerrow (right), of Spokane, whose daughter, Suzie Stephens, an LC grad who was killed while crossing a street and hit by a bus in 2002, helped gather students from the drama, advanced art ecology, special education, debate and Japanese Club to plant trees and adorn them with tree-grams. MacKerrow head sup the Susie Forest project and has organized the planting of 119 trees in Spokane and through out the world in honor of her daughter.

 
 
 
 

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