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Photos: Little Givers Earth Day Cleanup

Ruby Goldmaster, 4, beholds a piece of trash before disposing of it in her trash-hauling wagon. Dusky Grouse owner Stefany Traylor and the Steamboat Little Givers program hosted a cleanup at Fetcher Pond on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
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Stefany Traylor and the Dusky Grouse Little Givers program host a cleanup at Fetcher Pond on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
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Sam Stefanelli, 5, helps clear Fetcher park of trash. Dusky Grouse owner Stefany Traylor and the Steamboat Little Givers program hosted a cleanup at Fetcher Pond on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
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Rya Goldmaster, 7, fills her bucket with pieces of trash. Dusky Grouse owner Stefany Traylor and the Steamboat Little Givers program hosted a cleanup at Fetcher Pond on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
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Determined to rid the area of trash, August Wolfson, 8, drags a fence post out of Fetcher Pond. Dusky Grouse owner Stefany Traylor and the Steamboat Little Givers program hosted a cleanup at Fetcher Pond on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
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