Scott Sax, president of Washington Closure Hanford, announces Monday a $300,000 donation to the Reach center in Richland for projects to help people enjoy the river as newly cleanup land becomes available for public access.
Scott Sax, president of Washington Closure Hanford, announces Monday a $300,000 donation to the Reach center in Richland for projects to help people enjoy the river as newly cleanup land becomes available for public access. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald
Scott Sax, president of Washington Closure Hanford, announces Monday a $300,000 donation to the Reach center in Richland for projects to help people enjoy the river as newly cleanup land becomes available for public access. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald

Hanford contractor gives $300,000 parting gift

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