City workers, youths plant flowers on downtown circle
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Kollin Mendoza, 16, helps plant flowers around a palm tree on Plaza Circle.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Kollin Mendoza, 16, helps plant flowers around a palm tree on Plaza Circle.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Kaelyn Holman, 9, digs a hole to plant more flowers near the Center Building.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Kaelyn Holman, 9, digs a hole to plant more flowers near the Center Building.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Brayden Fitzpatrick, 10, places a flower in a planting hole.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Brayden Fitzpatrick, 10, places a flower in a planting hole.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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Jessica Haskin, 11, (left) and Mary Mourtazo, 10, plant flowers near the Center Building on Thursday, April 4.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
Jessica Haskin, 11, (left) and Mary Mourtazo, 10, plant flowers near the Center Building on Thursday, April 4.--Photo by Nick Rappley/Patterson Irrigator
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The city of Patterson's Beautification Committee gathered city public works staff and more than youth on Thursday, April 4 to help plant flowers around the Center Building, which house’s the Patterson Township Historical Society Museum on Plaza Circle.

Volunteers included members of Boy Scout Troop 81, Girl Scout Troops 170 and 3898, the Patterson High School European Travel Club and youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Ladder Day Saints' Patterson Ward.
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