Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department seasonal worker Destiny Walters removes unwanted growth from the garden in front of the Port Angeles welcome sign at Lincoln Street and Lauridsen Boulevard on Wednesday. The sign includes a greeting dto visitors in the Klallam language. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department seasonal worker Destiny Walters removes unwanted growth from the garden in front of the Port Angeles welcome sign at Lincoln Street and Lauridsen Boulevard on Wednesday. The sign includes a greeting dto visitors in the Klallam language. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Welcome weeding at Port Angeles sign

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department seasonal worker Destiny Walters removes unwanted growth from the garden in front of the Port Angeles welcome sign at Lincoln Street and Lauridsen Boulevard on Wednesday. The sign includes a greeting to visitors in the Klallam language.

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