Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in an effort to clean up the city. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in an effort to clean up the city. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Downtown cleanup in Port Angeles on Saturday

Participants in Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up” pick up empty buckets for weeds and other organic waste before fanning out over downtown Port Angeles in an effort to clean up the city.

Laken Folsom, 17, student representative to the Port Angeles Parks Board, picks up weeds and intrusive grass from a sidewalk curb on Front Street in downtown Port Angeles as part of Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up,’ a volunteer effort to make the downtown area more appealing. About 75 volunteers, individuals and service clubs, took part in the project. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Laken Folsom, 17, student representative to the Port Angeles Parks Board, picks up weeds and intrusive grass from a sidewalk curb on Front Street in downtown Port Angeles as part of Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up,’ a volunteer effort to make the downtown area more appealing. About 75 volunteers, individuals and service clubs, took part in the project. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Laken Folsom, 17, student representative to the Port Angeles Parks Board, picks up weeds and intrusive grass from a sidewalk curb on Front Street in downtown Port Angeles as part of Saturday’s “Big Spring Spruce Up,’ a volunteer effort to make the downtown area more appealing. About 75 volunteers, individuals and service clubs, took part in the project.

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