Letter: Thank you to those who worked on house, yard

Editor,

Saturday, May 4, a team of volunteers from Hearts & Hammers worked on my yard and house– team captain John Herwick and team member Terry West. The two men did an enormous amount of work which included sprinkling the roof with moss remover, cleaning the gutters and removing two salmon berry bushes.

They also weed-whacked and helped me prune my ceanothis. John also did some work inside my house.

He fixed my bathroom faucet so the water could flow freely through the faucet without being clogged. He also installed my carbon monoxide detector on the wall.

I would like to thank both team members for their help.

Lenita Graves

Coupeville

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