TERRACE HEIGHTS, Wash.--More than 100 people from Block Watch, the Lions Club, Boy Scouts and the Terrace Heights Improvement Association worked hard to keep their community beautiful Saturday.
They hung up flags, picked up trash along the roadways, planted flowers and redid the parking lot for the Terrace Heights Civic Center. Volunteers said it's up to them to keep their neighborhoods clean, and they take pride in their community.
"Part of our mission with the Terrace Heights Improvement Association is to bring about more community events and get people involved," said Linda Sliger. "We want to keep Terrace Heights beautiful."
"We all live here, it's a small community but there's a lot of activity and this is kind of the hub of it here," said Jerry Ingrahan.
This is the second time for the community clean up event. Volunteers said turnout was much better this year, and they can't wait to see what's in store for 2014.