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Pride in Pawhuska

Even though she has had to slow down and use a walker, Effie Fife’s belief in beautifying Pawhuska is strong. Every day as she walks to lunch at the Catholic Church from her home on Eighth Street, Fife carries a trash bag to pick up litter both coming and going. GFWC Heeko Clean-up Chair Jenny Hague said, “Effie epitomizes pride in Pawhuska — what our clean-up campaign is all about.” Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent
Even though she has had to slow down and use a walker, Effie Fife’s belief in beautifying Pawhuska is strong. Every day as she walks to lunch at the Catholic Church from her home on Eighth Street, Fife carries a trash bag to pick up litter both coming and going. GFWC Heeko Clean-up Chair Jenny Hague said, “Effie epitomizes pride in Pawhuska — what our clean-up campaign is all about.” Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

Even though she has had to slow down and use a walker, Effie Fife’s belief in beautifying Pawhuska is strong. Every day as she walks to lunch at the Catholic Church from her home on Eighth Street, Fife carries a trash bag to pick up litter both coming and going. GFWC Heeko Clean-up Chair Jenny Hague said, “Effie epitomizes pride in Pawhuska — what our clean-up campaign is all about.”

Kathryn Swan/J-C Correspondent

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