Sharon Prosser, a board member for the Port Angeles Farmers Market, pulls weeds from the welcome sign at The Gateway transit center in downtown Port Angeles during Saturday’s Big Spring Spruce Up. The second annual event saw teams cleaning around the downtown area in an activity hosted by ElevatePA, the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce and the city of Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sharon Prosser, a board member for the Port Angeles Farmers Market, pulls weeds from the welcome sign at The Gateway transit center in downtown Port Angeles during Saturday’s Big Spring Spruce Up. The second annual event saw teams cleaning around the downtown area in an activity hosted by ElevatePA, the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce and the city of Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Big Spring Spruce Up in Port Angeles

Sharon Prosser, a board member for the Port Angeles Farmers Market, pulls weeds from the welcome sign at The Gateway transit center in downtown Port Angeles during Saturday’s Big Spring Spruce Up. The second annual event saw teams cleaning around the downtown area in an activity hosted by ElevatePA, the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce and the city of Port Angeles.

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