Some of you know that the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of Washington State University cleaned litter from Tubbs Hill in September 2014. But did you know that 170 sorority sisters duplicated that feat recently? And that the sorority may make the Tubbs Hill cleanup an annual event? Kappa Kappa Gamma’s good deeds began as contrition for one of the sorority’s more embarrassing moments. On May 3, 2014, the sorority bused to Coeur d’Alene with some tag-along boy toys for a cruise and a drunkfest. By the time the ladies and germs tumbled from the buses, many were blotto with full bladders. Several KKGers joined immodest guys who were watering the back side of the North Idaho Museum in full view of City Park users. A Huckleberries Online reader emailed a photo of the pee-fest to my blog. And the rest was her-story – until the sorority made amends – twice now — by cleaning the same waterfront defiled by their disorderly sisters. All is forgiven/D.F. Oliveria, Sunday Huckleberries print. More here.
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