The nonprofit organization Love Tuolumne County partnered with Love Our Cities, local groups and businesses to organize, fund and purchase needed supplies for the more than 300 people signed on to participate in dozens of projects throughout the county Saturday and Sunday, making it a grassroots event. Spirits were high, especially after so many months of social isolation.
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