Snoqualmie athlete pitches in to keep Irving, Texas, beautiful

  • Monday, December 18, 2017 10:17am
  • Life

University of Dallas men’s lacrosse athlete Tyler Smith of Snoqualmie volunteered at the 26th Annual Trash Bash sponsored by Keep Irving Beautiful at T.W. Richardson Grove Park, Irving, Texas, Saturday, Sept. 30.

Altogether, 13 members of the team helped picked up trash and recyclable materials around the park for the organization’s signature cleanup event.

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