Football team adds to community clean-up

PULLMAN – Showing their pride in Pullman, Washington State University Cougar football team players and coaches picked up litter at different locations around the city on Friday afternoon, May 1.
 
Their effort — a special addition to Cougar Pride Days held in April – included players (l-r) Daniel Simmons, Ontario, Calif.; Shane Thomas, Spokane; and Eric Block, Bellevue, picking up litter in shrubbery along Grand Avenue near FedEx Kinko’s and Golden Teriyaki. In addition to litter pickup, the Cougars handed out WSU 2009 football posters and schedule cards to Pullman business owners and customers.
 
Photo by Tim Marsh, WSU University Relations

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