Levi Clark, right, presents a handmade U.S. flag to the Auburn Police Department as a gift of gratitude from the Edgeview community. Representing the department is Officer Mike McNabb. COURTESY PHOTO

Levi Clark, right, presents a handmade U.S. flag to the Auburn Police Department as a gift of gratitude from the Edgeview community. Representing the department is Officer Mike McNabb. COURTESY PHOTO

‘Together we are most effective’

Edgeview community gives back to those in need

  • Wednesday, August 15, 2018 3:10pm
  • News

The Edgeview community participated in National Night Out again on Tuesday, and, as in the past two years, the neighborhood showed its generosity.

The community took in donations for the Auburn Food Bank, the Auburn Valley Humane Society (AVHS) and for the family of fallen Kent Police officer Diego Moreno. The effort accepted $572 and 570.7 pounds of food for the food bank, raised $570 and numerous donations for the AVHS, and donated $800 in cash to the Moreno family through a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction of Seahawks and Mariners tickets.

“Together we are most effective” is the Edgeview’s community motto.

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