Gratitude for help with graffiti cover up

Students grateful for help in cleaning up community.

Mikki and I would like to let you know that we have followed through on our project. Our project was to cover all the bridge graffiti and that has been accomplished as of Thursday Nov. 5.

We would also like to say we appreciate the support of the District of Sicamous for giving us permission and supplying us with paint and rollers and any other supplies needed. As a result, we used a total of four full paint cans, three rollers and two extension poles to accomplish the covering of the graffiti.

We would also like to thank Ty Chamberlan for tagging along with us and helping a tremendous amount, not only driving us there and back, but also helping us paint over the large amounts of graffiti.

We also want to give out a huge thanks to our parents and ERS for supporting and allowing us to make our town look better and fulfill our project.

Logan Spence-Ellis, Mikki Horsfield, Eagle River Secondary Social Justice  students

 

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