Larry Welch shakes the hand of Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter last week as he accepts the award for Volunteer of the Year for his tireless efforts in the City of Puyallup. Besides being involved in the Citizens Academy, Welch has been heavily involved in eradicating graffiti from the city’s areas parks and structures.
Larry Welch shakes the hand of Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter last week as he accepts the award for Volunteer of the Year for his tireless efforts in the City of Puyallup. Besides being involved in the Citizens Academy, Welch has been heavily involved in eradicating graffiti from the city’s areas parks and structures. LEE GILES III Staff photographer
Larry Welch shakes the hand of Puyallup Police Chief Bryan Jeter last week as he accepts the award for Volunteer of the Year for his tireless efforts in the City of Puyallup. Besides being involved in the Citizens Academy, Welch has been heavily involved in eradicating graffiti from the city’s areas parks and structures. LEE GILES III Staff photographer

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