From left, Harbor Ridge Middle School sixth-grader Ally Drouin, and seventh-graders Erin Davis, Georgia Garnsey, Sophie Krueger and Clarissa Sardinia gather at the Gig Harbor Civic Center during the annual Arbor Day celebration. Garnsey, the chief engineer of the water bottle craft activity, is showing students how to guide children through the process.
From left, Harbor Ridge Middle School sixth-grader Ally Drouin, and seventh-graders Erin Davis, Georgia Garnsey, Sophie Krueger and Clarissa Sardinia gather at the Gig Harbor Civic Center during the annual Arbor Day celebration. Garnsey, the chief engineer of the water bottle craft activity, is showing students how to guide children through the process. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway
From left, Harbor Ridge Middle School sixth-grader Ally Drouin, and seventh-graders Erin Davis, Georgia Garnsey, Sophie Krueger and Clarissa Sardinia gather at the Gig Harbor Civic Center during the annual Arbor Day celebration. Garnsey, the chief engineer of the water bottle craft activity, is showing students how to guide children through the process. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway

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