MKP Santa Barbara at Earth Day 2017 It takes a village and it was fun!

by Tom Biesanz on 04/26/2017


Thanks to Jamie, Doug, Walter, Monte, Steve M, Scotty, JT, Ken Frye, Baron, Ira, Curtis, Mark and Mark, and others who showed up and shared. Special thanks to Dean for finding the banners, Bruce who helped get the banners up from Camarillo, and to Doug for use of his cart which saved many trips, and Jamie who postponed his trip to help out, to Steve L who encouraged me to sign up at the last minute. It takes a village and it was fun.

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