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Photo: Neighborly thing to do

Stopping to tend the roses: Bob Lutz, a volunteer with the NeighborWoods program, rakes mulch around the rose beds at the entrance to Comstock Park on Wednesday in Spokane. Partnering with the Spokane Parks and Recreation Department, volunteers in the NeighborWoods program care for and promote urban trees throughout Spokane, including in the North Hill, Comstock and East Central neighborhoods. (Dan Pelle)
Stopping to tend the roses: Bob Lutz, a volunteer with the NeighborWoods program, rakes mulch around the rose beds at the entrance to Comstock Park on Wednesday in Spokane. Partnering with the Spokane Parks and Recreation Department, volunteers in the NeighborWoods program care for and promote urban trees throughout Spokane, including in the North Hill, Comstock and East Central neighborhoods. (Dan Pelle)


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