Proof that folks don’t need a sign to adopt and clean a roadway. While out for a stroll June 12 in Oak Harbor, Jack and Hyley Farrell decided they were tired of their town looking dirty and started picking up litter. Photo by Holly Peters Farrell

Window on Whidbey: Keeping Whidbey clean

  • Tuesday, June 20, 2017 11:52am
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