Cougar Pride Days plans shape up

Planning is under way for the sixth annual Cougar Pride Days at WSU. The 10-day spring cleanup and celebration will be held March 28-April 6, on the WSU Pullman campus and in the city of Pullman. It is anticipated that WSU’s campuses in Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver will participate, although not necessarily on the same dates.

University students, staff and faculty, as well as area resident volunteers, take part in a variety of activities — from garden maintenance and mulch spreading outside to dusting and sweeping inside buildings.

The Associated Students of WSU is coordinating student participation during the days, including an opening ceremony on March 28 and a concluding awards ceremony April 6.

For more information, visit or contact Ev Davis at 335-9024.

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