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Mercer Islanders celebrate Earth Day, turn out for Leap for Green festival

Islanders Brooke, center, and Blake Sloan, right, dig through a compost bin to find worms at the third annual Leap for Green festival held last Saturday, April 24. Scores of families visited the CCMV for Mercer Island’s very own Earth Day celebration. The city’s next green event is the ‘You Powered South-end Block Party’ on June 5. - Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter
Islanders Brooke, center, and Blake Sloan, right, dig through a compost bin to find worms at the third annual Leap for Green festival held last Saturday, April 24. Scores of families visited the CCMV for Mercer Island’s very own Earth Day celebration. The city’s next green event is the ‘You Powered South-end Block Party’ on June 5.
— image credit: Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter

Islanders Brooke, center, and Blake Sloan, right, dig through a compost bin to find worms at the third annual Leap for Green festival held last Saturday, April 24. Scores of families visited the CCMV for Mercer Island’s very own Earth Day celebration. The city’s next green event is the ‘You Powered South-end Block Party’ on June 5.

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