b"Mayor's MessageThe Earth needs you and Lynnwood needs you for Earth Day 2020! Lynnwood is doing so much to help protect and restore our planet from climate change. From tree plantings to community gardens to community recycling eventscheck out all that Lynnwood is doing and JOIN US this spring!HERITAGE PARK SPRING CLEAN EARTH DAY 2020 Join us for the annual Spring Clean eventWe are celebrating Earth Day's 50th Anniversary at Heritage Park. Volunteers will sprucethis year with a series of park service events at up Interurban Car No. 55, the WickersScriber Lake Park. In partnership with Earth Day Building grounds, the Humble House, andNorthwest 2020 and EarthCorps, we are inviting Superintendents Cottage. Help us make thisorganizations and individuals to act for the historic site shine! Wednesday, April 8 fromenvironment and our community. Join the City in 9am-1pm. Potluck lunch provided. RSVP tocelebrating Earth Day at the kick-off park service mharrington@LynnwoodWA.gov/425-670-5532. event from 9am - 1pm on Saturday, May 9th at Scriber Lake Park. To learn more and sign-up for the Scriber Lake Stewardship Events, visitSPRING CLEAN UP & RECYCLE EVENT www.HealthyLynnwood.com.Do you have miscellaneous items at home that you dont know how to get rid of? We are hoping to help you out! Come bring any or all the itemsGARDENERS: DO YOU NEED A GARDEN? on our recycling collection list! Stay awhileWe currently have a few garden boxes and check out some of our educational boothsavailable in the Intergenerational Community as well. Saturday, May 30 from 10am 1pm atGarden located at the Lynnwood Senior Lynnwood Operations & Maintenance Center,Center, 19000 44th Ave W. To learn more, 20525 60th Ave W. To learn more and whatcontact Marielle Harrington, Healthy items we can and can not accept visit: www. Communities Coordinator at 425-670-5532LynnwoodWA.gov and search Spring Clean Up. or email@example.com www.PlayLynnwood.com5"