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Graffiti Be Gone Campaign Continues This Week

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The “Graffiti Be Gone” campaign, a community wide effort to clean up graffiti, continues this week.

The Kiwanis Club of Yakima, Apple Valley and Kamiakin and many community members got together to help clean up graffiti in parks around the city Saturday.

One of those volunteers was Earl Hall saying doing this to make a better future for the city and the people living in it.

We made a decision to live in Yakima. We want to make sure it’s a good place to live.

Saturday’s cleanup was one of many efforts to around Yakima.

On April 12 there will be a community-wide cleanup where a large group of volunteers will be taking to the streets to cover graffiti and pick up garbage throughout the streets of Yakima.

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