WWU students pitch recreation programs
Dozens of Western Washington University students pitched their best ideas for new recreation programs in Edmonds to city staff at the Edmonds Library Plaza Room on Wednesday, March 8.
The groups of students presented their ideas as part of the Sustainable Cities Partnership program between the university, the city and the Association of Washington Cities.
The students' ideas ranged from an open mic night with live music for teenagers to a community garden program to teach people how to grow their own food.
The city will link a report about all of the ideas to its website in the coming weeks and hopes to be able to incorporate some of the ideas into its recreation programs.