‘Paint the Path’ returns to Washington
WASHINGTON (25 News Now) - City leaders gave the community a chance to get creative Sunday, and help an important cause in the process.
‘Paint the Path’ is a fundraiser to benefit BRIDGE Education Foundation, which supports students and faculty of Washington Community High School. The foundation assists in providing grants, scholarships and educational activities to benefit all students of all levels.
Painting took place along the walking path between Five Points Washington and the Washington Fire Department was blocked off for painting.
Meg Sutherland, Board of Director shared the importance of painting to memory of someone.
“People come with all sorts of plans sometimes their doing something in memory of someone certain flowers that meant something,” Sutherland said.
People in attendance were able to buy their own squares and supplies like special water-proof paint, brushes and more.
Squares were available in two sizes for $20 and $50 and proceeds went to the Washington BRIDGE foundation.
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