Thanks to church for community service

I wanted to send a special thank you to the people of The Grove Church in Marysville, especially Mr. Andrew Munoz. They have a thing going through their church called “I Heart Marysville” and they go around and do things for the city of Marysville — they spent last weekend at the Marysville-Pilchuck High school — cleaning it up and making it look nice. I have a son who goes to that school, and I wanted to thank Mr. Munoz and his church for doing that for our high school. I want them to know that they are appreciated for the things they do for our city and for what they did for M-P. I wish there was more people in the world like Mr. Munoz and his church. What a great organization they have — thanks.

Nicole Boomer

Marysville

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