Washington State University Tri-Cities employees, from left, Brent Harvey, Maegan Murray, Amber Eubanks and Aaron Brumbaugh help lay sod Friday at the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center. The event was part of Cougar Pride Day where students, faculty, alumni and staff devote a day to improving the community through service learning projects. The university’s inaugural Crimson Fest is April 9 and includes a 5K run, rugby and soccer games, food trucks on campus and entertainment. For a complete schedule, visit bit.ly/wsufundfest.
Washington State University Tri-Cities employees, from left, Brent Harvey, Maegan Murray, Amber Eubanks and Aaron Brumbaugh help lay sod Friday at the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center. The event was part of Cougar Pride Day where students, faculty, alumni and staff devote a day to improving the community through service learning projects. The university’s inaugural Crimson Fest is April 9 and includes a 5K run, rugby and soccer games, food trucks on campus and entertainment. For a complete schedule, visit bit.ly/wsufundfest. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Washington State University Tri-Cities employees, from left, Brent Harvey, Maegan Murray, Amber Eubanks and Aaron Brumbaugh help lay sod Friday at the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center. The event was part of Cougar Pride Day where students, faculty, alumni and staff devote a day to improving the community through service learning projects. The university’s inaugural Crimson Fest is April 9 and includes a 5K run, rugby and soccer games, food trucks on campus and entertainment. For a complete schedule, visit bit.ly/wsufundfest. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Cougars lay sod at the Wine Science Center

April 08, 2016 05:10 PM

UPDATED April 08, 2016 06:01 PM

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